You'd swear ye all *wanted* to pay for your web browsers:)
Long live the confused,
Bother! said Pooh, as he found a 19mm Willmerdinger unit would DO IT.
On Wed, 26 Jan 2000, Mike Knell wrote:
> Almost corrected. My recollection is that Netscape (the web browser, not
> the company) was always freely downloadable for personal and educational
> use, but any commercial use required payment. Free beer if you were a
> person, but not if you were a company. Unconditional free beer only
> appeared after IE forced them into it.
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