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- To: zzdev@xxxxxxxxxx
- From: Ted Nelson <ted@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 03 Dec 1998 04:21:21 +0900
- Cc: ted@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- In-reply-to: <36657AF0.E5ADCFCE@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- References: <18.104.22.168.19981203015202.008d7100@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Reply-to: zzdev@xxxxxxxxxx
Let's keep thinking about this.
At 02:37 AM 12/3/98 +0900, you wrote:
>Ted Nelson wrote:
>> Finally, years late, I found out that I could use Netscape to
>> save all the pictures on a page by doing an "Edit page"
>> and THEN saving the page I was supposedly editing.
>> This also keeps Netscape from re-contacting the server if I want to
>> print the page. (Geez, thanks a lot for telling me ...)
>I didn't know that......does it works!?
>> save all the pieces, whereas others don't -- such as
>I can see that.
>between head tags, like
> /* Load the pictures */
> /* Actual html page description */
>This means every picture are stored in the computer memory before it
>the browser screen.
> /* Load the pics */
>Hey this does work, but it seems something is gonna be wrong! :-)
>.......I think this is an intentinal html code....as the bud ugly html code.
>Ken'ichi Unnai > $B1@Fb7r0l(B
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Quotation of the day, 98.12.02:
Mike McNally, president of the Air Traffic Controllers Union, yesterday
assured the press that air traffic controllers can take over from computers
in case Y2K bugs hit the system.
"I'm not trying to indicate that when our computers shut down that
everything is hunky-dory. There is a major transition period where the
heart is beating and things are happening fast, and people are yelling and
screaming to try to get a handle on it," he said. (cnn.com, dateline