Editing from Lynx

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If you have never heard of Lynx it is an awesome text based web browser that works in UNIX. I am actually writing this blog entry from inside of Lynx right now as we speak.

Now, by awesome I do not mean that it is flashy hell, it does not even use HTML. BUT - it is AWESOME, because it gives you a small glimpse into what it must have been like to use the internet in the very early years.

Lynx does not have any flashy advertisements, it does not have any annoying pop ups, no autoplaying videos, just pure basic text - the essence of the internet.

I love it.

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