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Re: The AOL browser

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: The AOL browser
  • From: "Keith Romanczyk" <fdic@moran.com>
  • Date: Sat, 15 Feb 1997 04:06:24 -0700 (MST)

> I have a bee in my bonnet: lots of us do not use Netscape or Explorer (I
> the AOL browser). We get VERY IRRITATED when we see sites that are
> for" whatever, and that are difficult for us to read. 

This is from "Daylilies Online" and further emphasizes Christopher
Hollinshead's comments about the AOL browser being "technologically

I use Internet Explorer and I'm happy as a 'duck on a June-bug' with it.

Welcome to the Internet's most extensive collection of high-resolution
daylily photos. This collection is maintained by Nick Chase. IMPORTANT: The
daylily pictures are JPEG documents, and are best viewed with a browser
that supports inline JPEG images such as Netscape from Netscape
Communications Corporation. The client software is free, and you can
download it to your Macintosh, Windows/Windows NT PC, or UNIX-based
computer. I have been told that the IBM Web Explorer, free with OS/2, also
displays inline JPEG images, and I have had the opportunity to try America
Online's Web browser, which also correctly [?] displays JPEGs. However, the
AOL browser does horrible things to the photos.... they look "mushy".... so
don't complain to me, complain to Steve Case (scase@aol.com), president of
America Online. 

Keith in Western New York, zone 5, and who will never buy another white
flower for as long as he lives.

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