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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Some "people" just need smiting.
  • I agree, his comments about Netscape and IE are so far from the facts, at first I thought he was living in a parallel universe. Either he is a blinkered Windows/IE zealot, or he is comparing IE6 with Netscape 4.x, in which case it's fair to say that Netscape 4.x is a monster that should be put out it's misery.

    If he really thinks IE6/Win is great browser, then there is a special place in hell reserved in hell for him. Compared with the latest Mozilla, Opera and khtml (I'm told) based browsers, IE6/Win is A

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  • Something like this?

    Walter Gladwin (Feedback, May 20) took users to task for complaining about IE incompatibility saying that everyone should upgrade to IE because the rest are inferior.

    That opinion is well past its due date. While once true, at this point IE incompatibilities are almost entirely gratuitous mistakes on the part of websites. All major browsers currently match IE's features and go beyond, with standard additional features including tabbed browsing and blocking unrequested popups. Furthe