|Subject:||Re: FLASH: Site check, please...|
|Date:||Wed, 27 Dec 2000 22:41:38 GMT|
I developed this on a PIII, 450Mhz, 256MB, Flash 5, IE 5.5 and DSL... so I'm
really curious about you Mac user out there who are on Netscrape and surfing on
a modem... Ouch...
"When you design a web site for someone, you don't sell him
a bunch of text files of HTML --- You sell him a gateway to the future."
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