1996-07-19 - Re: MSNBC and cookies

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From: Jonathon Blake <grafolog@netcom.com>
To: “Peter D. Junger” <junger@pdj2-ra.F-REMOTE.CWRU.Edu>
Message Hash: 27196ea82adee7a5e69365af58d0794c16c50ef0618e16d8047489fcd714d613
Message ID: <Pine.SUN.3.95.960719175545.4812B-100000@netcom9>
Reply To: <199607191300.JAA00488@pdj2-ra.F-REMOTE.CWRU.Edu>
UTC Datetime: 1996-07-19 23:50:22 UTC
Raw Date: Sat, 20 Jul 1996 07:50:22 +0800

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From: Jonathon Blake <grafolog@netcom.com>
Date: Sat, 20 Jul 1996 07:50:22 +0800
To: "Peter D. Junger" <junger@pdj2-ra.F-REMOTE.CWRU.Edu>
Subject: Re: MSNBC and cookies
In-Reply-To: <199607191300.JAA00488@pdj2-ra.F-REMOTE.CWRU.Edu>
Message-ID: <Pine.SUN.3.95.960719175545.4812B-100000@netcom9>
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On Fri, 19 Jul 1996, Peter D. Junger wrote:

> : I tried accessing the page (http://www.msnbc.com) on 7/18/96 around 9:15 PM
>  But what happens when one tries to access it with Lynx?

	What page?   I just tried it, and all I saw I was
	"Wwelcome to MSNBC" and "[LINK]".

	Tried to link, and found myself back on the same screen.
	The only thing that isn't usual for the site, in comparison
	to the stuff that comes out of Redmond, is a high sticker price.



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