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Subject:Re: Should we skip HTML? From:David Knopf <david -at- KNOPF -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 10 Mar 1998 16:40:55 -0800
I'm going to avoid getting on either side of the religious war here, but I
do have interesting real world example. I recently gave presentations at
two of the San Francisco Bay Area STC chapters. I published the
presentation materials on my Web site so that attendees could download
them. In my attempt to accommodate everyone's religion, I made the
materials available both in HTML and PDF format. Out of 150 accesses, 2
people chose the HTML version, and 148 chose the PDF version.