>And yet, there's something in there we can sink our teeth into:
>> So the stuff that you need to do that's not in Navigator right now is
>> like manage your local files. Maybe run spreadsheets. That's about it.
>Well, why SHOULDN'T a browser manage local files? If the next
>generation of HTTP is a Universal Transport Protocol, *TP, then
>managing a distributed file system is tantamount to managing a
>distributed ANYTHING. Shoot, I should type in the memo to myself
>from last night. Mebbe I'll do that NeXT.
> -- Adam
wrong again bitboy. what mr. a is talking about is no more than opendoc
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