[clug] Your Best arguments please

Grant Baldwin kermee at softhome.net
Mon Aug 11 21:24:22 EST 2003

> > 	a) Readers/viewers must be generally (and freely) available.
> Being freely available must not require a Windows licence. People say
IE is free. They're
> wrong, you have to pay the Microsoft tax first. Mozilla and Netscape
are both free (of 
> monetary cost).

There have been versions of IE for a number of other operating systems,
bereft of microsoft tax.

(though why anyone would use a broken browser is beyond me)

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