Netscape 7.0 Preview Release 1
Wednesday May 22nd, 2002
Netscape today unveiled Netscape 7.0 Preview Release 1, the first beta of its successor to Netscape 6. The preview is based on the recent Mozilla 1.0 RC2 build and features most of the enhancements that have been added to Mozilla since Netscape 6.2 was released, including tabbed browsing, print preview, the ability to save complete web pages, email return receipts, message labels and S/MIME support.
Netscape's proprietary components have also been improved. An enhanced Instant Messenger now supports file transfers, buddy icons and communication with ICQ users (though you cannot be signed on to both AIM and ICQ at the same time). Also new is Radio@Netscape, a streaming audio service powered by Spinner.
Uss Proteus subtender
Radio room 72 Degrees to keep the puter cool.
Comm computer: IBM 8X P315S (12.5 meters long.)
Using csub and c-net, single sideband vlf and uvlf to reach the subs on patrol. I guess this is where I learned to use decent language when discussing different point of views.
I'm really happy that folks are getting all excited about the up coming NS7, but that is not a reason to be throwing around such obtuse language.
As to my first post, well why not mention it. Perhaps some folks weren't aware and would have just clicked install full and then found that their RealPlayer Plus was gone, or that Net2Phone 10.2 was gone ect, ect.. this was the intent of my post.
Punch cards, wow- haven't thought of that for awhile and made me also think of direct teletype between Guam-Australia-Virgina and Scotland at 3am on the third shift to the other subtenders for the Polaris Fleet, now that must have been some of the first AIM or IM.