On Sat, 9 May 2015 01:34:51 -0700, "David Kaye"
Post by David Kaye
Someone will do very well to create a browser that is compatible with
current HTML standards but allows for lots of things to be turned off such
as automatic downloading and playing of videos, graphics, etc.
There are some text based browsers based on Lynx, but I found that
they barely work on todays overly complexicated web piles. Still,
they're worth a try for webmail, which is mostly text:
For a while, I was playing with Midori:
Mostly, it's Google Chromium without the bloat. Worth a try, but
don't expect blinding performance as it tries to run all the plugins
convinced web sites that I was on a mobile phone and was using a small
<http://m.google.com> Doesn't work
<http://m.foxnews.com> Sorta works
<http://m.aol.com> Doesn't work
As the recipient of my hypocrite of the year award, Google demands
that web sites have a mobile version, but blocks attempts to force a
mobile screen for Google search and others. So, a plugin is needed:
I'm down to one (paying) dialup customer, who ocassionally drives to
my office for bulk updates via Comcast.
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