05 November 2004

File menu at the top of your browser, “Save As” be presented with options ranging from saving the entire contents of the page (images and all), or just the HTML. Depending on what you choose, this will store all of the content on your hard drive. OR WebStripper will catalog entire Web sites, but it will also check them for updates, and download the new or changed files. This is a good solution if you are really serious about offline browsing.

Larkin and Simon's "Why a diagram is (sometimes) worth ten thousand words" is a classic in the field.

"When you own your own business, you only have to work half a day. You can do anything you want with the other twelve hours." - Anonymous

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