On Thu, 7 Jan 1999, Kragen wrote:
> Suppose you have a hard disk instead of a magtape, and the hard disk's
> control mechanisms are kaput. Then, in order to read this 30-year-old
> text file (in 2028, say), you must figure out the following:
First off, Id send it to OnTrak:)-
> Once you get through all of these, it should probably take a few lines
> of Perl.
I like your thinking, perl being around in 2028, ya know it is something
to shoot for.
> I suspect you are correct -- and even if you're not, it should be pretty
> easy to understand HTML even without a Web browser.
Take away the tags and you can usualy print out the remainder for a quick
read in the reading room.
And im sure that Win28 will have something to read them.
(a side note---Up until IIS4.0 MS included a Gopher server with its bundle
of internet services as a defualt.)