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Performance Comparison of Mozilla 1.3 Beta and Safari v60

Friday February 14th, 2003

Mac bystander writes: "Interesting article comparing Mach-O Mozilla 1.3b on OS X to the new Safari beta. Sounds like the whole perf thing is not as clear-cut in that comparison as it is when comparing Safari to Chimera (off the 1.0 branch) or Netscape 7 (1.0 branch) on a broadband in-lab connection... ;)"


#24 Re: Re: Re: Silly

by minh

Saturday February 15th, 2003 12:10 AM

You are replying to this message

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<http://access4less.net/> $5.95 a month + $8 one time set up fee

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This is the best deal I could find anywhere. They have a reliable connection. However, they are medium size national isp, therefore, they don't have nearly the same quantity of numbers as the major isp's. Included is unlimited internet, usenet and pop email. There is no idle disconnect except that you can only stay online for five hours max. Futhermore, customer service is done entirely by email unless you want to talk to a real person for a fee.

Finally, you are billed monthly, so if they go under, you lose very little. In the past I signed up for an isp (accesscheap) that gave me a year of internet for $60 dollars (total amount paid up front). Only after 3 months, the scammers ran away with the money. Therefor, I feel that this isp is a safe investment. I have used this isp for more than a year.

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