perrin at apotheon.com
Fri Jun 5 17:51:46 UTC 2009
On Wed, Jun 03, 2009 at 08:49:50AM +0200, Wojciech Puchar wrote:
> but it's at least much more difficult. And - my other rule fits very well
> here. Avoid OVERCOMPLEX programs.
I tend to agree with this take on things, and I follow a similar
philosophy of software choice.
Slight tangent, and you may have mentioned it before: What window manager
do you use?
> Unfortunately there are no well done WWW browsers for unix in the world.
> links -g is an exceptions, but in the same time it's quite limited.
> But have best fonts :)
The links browser's interface is crap, as is that of every other text
console based browser I've ever encountered. Moving around within a
page and selecting a link are two tasks for which text console based
browsers have not provided an even halfway decent interface. It seems as
though Web browsers provide a rare case of an application type that is
specifically suited primarily for a mouse-driven interface.
Chad Perrin [ original content licensed OWL: http://owl.apotheon.org ]
Quoth Scott McNealy: "Microsoft is now talking about the digital nervous
system. I guess I would be nervous if my system was built on their
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