Re: www.agranat.com: get a small, teeny, tiny, CLUE!
Daniel Veillard (Daniel.Veillard@w3.org)
Mon, 10 Aug 1998 18:38:42 -0400
Quoting firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com):
> Here's my stupid idea for the day. Start a service:
> justthefacts.org or realinfo.org or something whose
> mission in life is to eliminate poor WWW design by
> being a proxy that filters out graphics, garners the
> main pages of the site, and generates a dynamic
> page based on the target page that relinks all the text
> in a nice, quick, easy to access, layout. Portals
> shmortals. Why do the user configurations have to be
> at the server side? The client should be able to
> redo any WWW page that the user feels is not well formed
> for their purposes.
And here is my stupid idea for the implementation of the
stupid idea for the day: filter out all images, font info and go back
to readable/printable content. Accidentally you could put the service
on proxy.lynx.org :-)
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