Mozilla Offers French Schools Digital Space of Knowledge
Monday October 20th, 2003
Tristan Nitot writes in with news that a Mozilla-based research tool has been deployed in 1,500 schools in France. Read the full article for more information (a more detailed French version is available on Tristan's weblog).
#3 Some precisions
Tuesday October 21st, 2003 9:05 AM
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INA is a public multimedia archive center. Louvre.edu is an online multimedia archive based on the Louvre Museum collections.
As for your questions, they may be answered in the detailed French version on Tristan's weblog: Mozilla's free (as in free beer) while Opera's not, Mozilla 's support of Unicode is far better than IE's, and the whole thingy has to be cross-platform (Mac, Windows and Linux).