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Re: lynx-dev Anyone seen ?

From: Janina Sajka
Subject: Re: lynx-dev Anyone seen ?
Date: Tue, 9 Nov 1999 12:24:42 -0500 (EST)

It rather reminds me of the old days of BBS -- except that it's on a
IP network.

I will have to check it out more, because it seemed reasonably friendly to
my non-standard, blind user synthetic-speech based screen access
technology. Not sure why I care yet, though.

                                Janina Sajka, Director
                                Information Systems Research & Development
                                American Foundation for the Blind (AFB)


On Tue, 9 Nov 1999, Larry W. Virden wrote:

> is a new internet portal service which will be offering
> email, bookmark, address book, calendaring, etc. on a central server,
> for free.  It is open source, so people can contribute, check out the
> code, etc.
> Currently, it claims it works on 'any 4.0 browser'.  Sigh - do we have
> to go to lynx 4.0 before they let us 'in' ?  <sad smile>...  Open Source
> tied to closed source Internet Explorer and the currently closed source
> Netscape Communicator I guess.  Sure there is the continuing promise
> that some day Netscape will truly release an 'open source' version.
> I'm not going to try to hold my breath until then...
> -- 
> Larry W. Virden                 <URL: mailto:address@hidden>
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