Alternatives to the W3C
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Fri Jan 21 13:58:38 GMT 2000
At 08:25 PM 1/20/00 -0500, Tyler Baker wrote:
>As for surfing the internet on cell-phones and other hand-held devices? Give
>me a break.
>Maybe for checking a few sports scores or some stock quotes or a few text
>browsing web sites?
Sure, it's done all the time. Today, quite often by power users and
business elite, but it's growing. And it's not that hard.
Take a look at http://www.kynn.com/quislet/ for a view of the web from a
palm-style WinCE device. (Quislet being the machine name of that device)
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