SE/30 + WiFi232 + FreePPP + Netscape = Internet reddit.com/gallery/n57eod
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Are we in the Netscape days of cryptocurrency or the chrome days?

Cryptocurrency is bigger than ever, and many ppl have made a fortune on it.

But is cryptocurrency right now what the internet was like in the 90s and the coins of today the Netscape and Geocities of the future?

Have the eventual leaders - for when the dust settles and the use cases are established and understood - even been invented? Or will the coins popular today stay relevant and therefore we better get in at the ground level because Bitcoin and ethereum are the future?

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πŸ“…︎ May 06 2021
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The Netscape web browser was the original browser in 1994 and was once the dominant browser in terms of usage share, but it lost virtually all of its share to Internet Explorer. Netscape was discontinued and support for all Netscape browsers and client products was terminated on March 1, 2008.
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Code Rush (2000) Code Rush follows the people of Netscape Communications during an intense period in 1998, when it was all but certain that Microsoft had already won control of the Internet user's desktop. [00:56:09] youtube.com/watch?v=tzc_B…
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BTC is the Netscape of crypto
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References to decades-old computer software are included in the new Brexit agreement, including a description of Netscape Communicator and Mozilla Mail as being "modern" services; Experts believe officials must have copied and pasted chunks of text from old legislation into the document bbc.com/news/technology-5…
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 29 2020
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Who remembers Netscape Navigator?
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 29 2020
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TIL that browser cookies - originally known as "magic cookies" - were first applied to web communicationes in June of 1994 by computer programmer Lou Montulli, an employee of Netscape. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTT…
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Apple website in 2001 in Netscape 6.0 youtube.com/watch?v=s3GXr…
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Brexit deal mentions Netscape browser and Mozilla Mail bbc.co.uk/news/technology…
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Netscape Navigator
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Anyone remember Oddballz? This is like a trip back to my grandparents in 1997. All that's missing is Netscape Navigator. v.redd.it/j3h8mz5iccv61
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Galaxy Digital Calls Coinbase Listing a β€˜Netscape Moment for Crypto’ as Digital Assets Rise to New ATHs blockchain.news/news/gala…
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Brexit deal mentions Netscape browser and Mozilla Mail bbc.co.uk/news/technology…
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Some people say Bitcoin is like AOL or Netscape - thus old technology. Hate to say it, but Morgan Stanley, Paypal, Tesla and more and more companies disagree...

Title...

This is why tech savy people call bitcoin "The internet of money" and not "The money of the internet."

I know everyone here is looking for something that is "the next bitcoin." metcalfe's law, says otherwise. The fastest way to explain metcalfe's law and crypto is: imagine if you have comcast and can only connect to facebook and talk to your friends there. Or you have verizon wireless and you can only connect to twitter and talk to your friends there. Then imagine you have AT&T and you have ZERO restrictions for connecting to any website, and all of your friends use AT&T + every month you subscribe to AT&T you get some of their stock which is appreciating in value.

Every other internet service provider out there begins frantically copying AT&T's strategy, but only capture a percentage, if not a fraction, of the customer base. Most people look at those other companies and think "Hmm... I already have AT&T. Why would I need that other ISP? Oh, so they are faster? Less jitter? That other one is faster but disconnects more frequently? Oh, but AT&T has plans to integrate a global fiber-optic network soon..."

My point is, we are not creating new internet connections to suit the interests of big companies or ourselves and it is more difficult to create newer and better blockchains than it is to integrate with existing blockchains / programmable money protocols.

Note: I hold more than just bitcoin and eth, but I'm not going to shill some obscure altcoins. I will say that the NFT market as well as some DeFi projects definitely have potential to go far and potentially compliment, if not replace, some parts of the legacy financial system.

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πŸ“…︎ Mar 25 2021
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Is the Netscape 3.0 installer set from macintoshgarden broken?

I'm trying to install it on hardware, and there are three disks. One is Netscape Install, other is Netscape Tome and the other is Netscape Tome 2.

All three disks read fine on my powerbook, but whenever I get asked for disk 2 during the install process none of the Tome disks will work.

This is the Netscape 3.0 standars set.

Has anyone here made this install set work?

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Ikea's website always loads as slowly as a Geocities page using a Netscape browser in 1996 for me. Am I the only one?

Ever since I moved to a city with an Ikea only 20 minutes away, I have been peeking at their website now and again. I've tried to research lights I need to buy, my account, indexes, etc.

It never loads quickly. Ever. Laptop, several different cell phone types and versions, tablets. It all crawls. All pages, all times of day.

How is this so bad in 2021? Or do I have a weird outlying experience?

I'm curious to hear if it's this way all over the world (server issues maybe?) or even just the US? Any insights?

I saw posts asking about purchasing, or looking at items (especially during the holidays) which still sucks, but at least I can rationally make sense of it. But every single day their website is this bad?

I rarely get frustrated. And apparently Ikea's website is the one thing this month that's going to take the cake πŸ˜‚

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πŸ“…︎ Feb 17 2021
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Netscape evidence.
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Brexit deal mentions Netscape browser and Mozilla Mail bbc.com/news/technology-5…
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UK's new Brexit deal mentions Netscape browser and Mozilla Mail

https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-55475433

Yes this is December 2020. You are not in a time warp. Unlike some leglislators.

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Brexit deal mentions Netscape browser and Mozilla Mail bbc.co.uk/news/technology…
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Netscape 2.0: Coinbase stock debut rekindles memories of web breakthrough ft.com/content/cbd46d95-6…
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 29 2020
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Β«Bitcoin is a classic network effect, a positive feedback loop. The more people who use Bitcoin, the more valuable Bitcoin is for everyone who uses itΒ», Marc Andreessen, co-founder of Netscape Communications. #crypto #finance #exchange #btc #bitcoin #revalcoin #cryptocurrency
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Treasure Galaxy & OG Netscape reddit.com/gallery/mdtnsq
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πŸ“…︎ Mar 26 2021
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The Rise and Fall of Netscape – The Browser That Once Ruled Them All (A Retrospective) [18:12] youtu.be/LOWOLJci8d8
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Coinbase listing is crypto’s 'Netscape moment,' says Mike Novogratz cointelegraph.com/news/co…
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πŸ“…︎ Apr 14 2021
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Searching the world wide web with AltaVista, in your sleak and fast Netscape Navigator. Early days of the internet were the best.
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πŸ“…︎ Feb 24 2021
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I installed Netscape 1.0 and was surprised to see that the original homepage is still online!
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πŸ“…︎ Feb 11 2021
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Specification for HTML & Javascript in Netscape 3.0

Does anyone have any resource what this browser is capable of HTML & JS? I'm trying to do website compatible with this browser and also want to use JavaScript as well.

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πŸ“…︎ Mar 24 2021
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Does Firefox Quantum still use Netscape code?

So Firefox was what rose from the ashes of Netscape, and uses the same code base, but is that still true since Quantum and now Proton, or was it almost completely rewritten by now?

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πŸ“…︎ Feb 23 2021
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I just released my Half-Life Inspired FPS, Netscape Cybermind for 7DFPS. I'm very proud of the work so far! v.redd.it/66kqbwg2xl561
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