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:zz: THE NUMBER ONE PRIORITY-- over to you, Xanni

Thanks, Bek, for clarity.  Andrew, the torch is in your hand!


At 07:10 PM 10/9/98 +1000, you wrote:
>Ted Nelson wrote:
>> Our number one priority is ZIGZAG IN A WEB BROWSER.
>> Presently NOTHING is more important than getting up
>>  on other machines.  
>It'll have to be ANdrew.  I've got assignments and Uni exams for
>the next month, plus I don't know how to do that to a web
>browser (I could find out, but it'll take too long).
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