I never meant to imply that anyone was unworthy or that
financial ability was a measure. I'm sorry that you heard
it that way.
You are obviously way ahead of the average person, despite
your doubts, and you have the secret to anything, which is
to just keep trying.
What I meant was that people who are clinging to the much
older browsers and other technology are not doing so for
any good reason, only out of fear and/or ignorance. This
doesn't do any good for the individual or the group.
For instance, you can get the Opera browser for free,
compatible with just about any operating system, and it
is a much, much better browser than Netscape 4. It's not
my recommended favorite, but it is free and the install
program is only about 1MB. Installed, it takes less than
10MB of space. It is also very fast, very trim and light
on other system resources.
From: Fay [mailto:feigh@...
Sent: Saturday, July 20, 2002 2:03 PM
Subject: Re: [NH] web pages and Netscape (my 2 cents)
I can't help feeling that you're saying that those who can't afford
something are unworthy.
We're left behind today because of financial poverty, not unworthiness.
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