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lynx-dev lynx's uses in Arizona (was: anonymous usage of lynx)

From: Rick Lewis
Subject: lynx-dev lynx's uses in Arizona (was: anonymous usage of lynx)
Date: Fri, 9 Oct 1998 10:55:34 -0700 (MST)

Just for the information of all: Here in Arizona, lynx is used by the 
Phoenix library to access magazine and newspaper indices and articles
using a site called proquest. Anyone accessing these articles on the 
Phoenix dial-up is using Lynx, whether they know it or not. 
Also, the AzTeC Free-Net (an independent Free-Net which is independent of 
Arizona State University, but is maintained, partially funded, and 
run by ASU) uses Lynx as its only browser, and 16,000 people throughout 
the state are active users. 
Both systems use 2.7b. 
As a member of AzTeC's Board of Directors, I can assure you 
that our users, for the most part, seem quite happy with the flexibility
functionality of lynx. (Many prefer to use it on some websites, for 
faster loading and easier access than graphic browsers.) 
So the great work of lynx developers is appreciated! 
--Rick Lewis

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