David O'Callaghan wrote:
>You could even download the server software and some of the databases
>and run a local server for your office, which would save some bandwidth.
>I was able to set up dictd and use a local copy of the GNU CIDE project
(Collaborative International Dictionary of English), which took a little
C++ hackin' but now works really well. I was also able to toss in
dictionaries to/from French, Irish, and even Latin (heh) just for kicks.
It's even gotten me in the habit of using it partially as a thesaurus
sometimes too...all without making the modem dial up all the time. :)
(Yeah, I know I could just get off my duff and look it up in a paper one.)
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