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I started using the Internet in the early 90s, before Mosaic (father of Netscape, grandfather of Mozilla, great grandfather of Firefox) was widely available, when one used tools like TELNET, FTP, and GOPER and email clients like Pine and Mutt (still used today on UNIX and BSD command lines the world over). At one point, […]
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