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Tue, 15 Jun 1999 23:19:01 -0700 (PDT)
Here's what I sent to the Christian Science Monitor (you can
get on their mailing-list for free, and then read their
stuff for free -- until you see an article you are REALLY
Here's my email to them:
I use LYNX as a browser, a text-only browser.
One of your more interesting articles is unaccessable to
me or to anyone else using LYNX. (Your web/unix/internet guru
will know about LYNX).
I myself am not blind, but LOTS of blind people use LYNX,
because their text-->sound software works far better with
pure text, rather than pictures, etc, via the usual web
browsers, eg netscape and M$'s IE.
java-language, too) you are BLOCKING OUT ALL BLIND PEOPLE
from some of your articles, seemingly, in this case, one
of the better articles.
By the way, I tried your "text only" link, I found that
it had not only fewer articles, but OLDER ones as well.
Here is where I was when I could not get to that
I insert here, now):
Information about the current document
Lynx 2.8.2pre.9 (29 May 1999) (development version) - compile time options
File that you are currently viewing
Linkname: The Christian Science Monitor Electronic Edition
Charset: iso-8859-1 (assumed)
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 1999 05:51:54 GMT
size: 107 lines
Link that you currently have selected
Linkname: The Russian-Serb connection
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