Journal: News & Comment

Wednesday, November 27, 2002
# 3:29:00 PM:

Power surfing

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Visit Lots of neat little browser thingies there.

Macworld has a good face-off of current Mac browsers. Turns out most are pretty good, with Internet Explorer edging out the rest in their review. I prefer Mozilla, but they all (for the most part) do the job. If you want to go really old school, try Lynx.

A couple of months back Macworld also reviewed e-mail clients, recommending Eudora and Microsoft Entourage, which is what I use. Apple's free Mail (included in Mac OS X) and Bare Bones's Mailsmith are also good for totally different types of users -- light e-mailers and heavy searchers who prefer plain text, respectively -- while there are many other options out there worth examining.

Thanks to the contributors to the EAC and TidBITS mailing lists for the pointers.


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