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WWW talk

John Saylor wrote in a message to Mike Bilow:

 JS> The early history of the
 JS> web is fascinating, to say nothing of how graphical browsers
 JS> created an explosion of interest in the internet.  You could
 JS> easily whittle away the whole meeting on this stuff.  

You could, but you shouldn't.

 JS> My vote would be to skip this stuff, maybe give a URL or two
 JS> and go to the technical stuff, since once a person is
 JS> connected [and even running a server] they can find their
 JS> way to this info [maybe ...].

I doubt there are many people trying to install web browsers who are looking
for help.  If people are stuck and looking for advice, then they are trying to
install web servers.
-- Mike

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