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Because the Lynx browser was made back in 1992, I decided to look up info about the 90s web, and through the EricExperiment, I found this one site called theoldnet.com (which is kind of like the wayback machine). For those of you who remember the 90s web, check it out. Just be aware some sites have broken links.
Is it me, or 90% of the questions in this forum have turned into someone trying to get us to find something in Google for them?
gvisoc
gvisoc
I get that you need to to be able to "speak the problem's language" to find answers, but sometimes it's like "dude. no."
gvisoc
gvisoc
Just for clarification: I am not referring to the questions I usually reply to. I'm just baffled by many other threads I see; I am willing to help but not to type your exact question on Google.
SpongebobFan1994
SpongebobFan1994
I personally haven't seen that, but I think what happens is some new users develop this habit where they ask for help when completing relatively-basic tasks at first, and because they never really learned to find the answers themselves, they become lazy as a result. Tbh, this would also describe me to an extent, but I've gotten better with that.
One occasionally annoying issue when using LibreWolf (and this isn't their fault) is not being able to access certain sites because they don't offer HTTPS. Even when I list the site as an exception after I click on "accept risk and continue", it still doesn't work. Because of this, I just downloaded the Lynx terminal browser, and I'm going to try it out.
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