Kascade 1.0-Beta 9
This is a small, X-based search engine client that uses the Open Directory concept.
This means that anyone can structure a small part of the information on the Internet that corresponds to their personal interests or expertise, and see to it that the resulting parts are placed in a large categorical structure that others can browse to search for information.
To view the resulting distributed directories, a special browser has been created, one as small as the average ICQ window. It can be used to browse for information systematically.
Ultimately, the program fires up a Web browser in order to view the information that has been found.
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Here, we give you some tips on how to use Safari on the iPhone to open, copy and share links. view it
The much-anticipated Google Chrome for Mac has arrived view it
If you'd like a different browser on your mobile then you can give Dolphin Browser a try! view it
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