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Re: Return Economics html trivial debate

  With all due respect, that's a load of crap. There's absolutely no reason to
  post HTML-marked up text to this list. No reason at all. It doesn't gain
  anything but confusion.
  By the way, what's wrong with reading mail or news or anything else in emacs.
  Yeah, those Unix geeks are really at the low-end of the technology curve, it's
  embarrasing. I guess the technology standard in this case is whom...?
  Netscape? Microsoft?
  Technology may have moved on, but HTML-marked up mail messages is not an
  instance of it at all. It's technological obsfucation.
  	Kendall Clark
  On Fri, 31 Oct 1997, Hans Reiser wrote:
  >All you folks who hate HTML email need to get used to the notion that technology has moved on.  Sorry.  I miss reading
  >my mail in emacs too.
  >That said, I think the polite thing is to set your browser to send in both HTML and plain text (bytes are cheap, even
  >on a modem, when images are not present).
  >I should also note that for some peculiar reason my Communicator 4.03 failed to handle the HTML from Behrman, and I had
  >to read past the markup.
  Linux is free. Life is good.
  ``This is Linux: we have an infinite number of monkeys.''
  		--Todd Graham Lewis
  We can do anything. We're with Linus.
  Time to bring out the Gimp.