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If you support the "modern" web, you hate the environment and stand for the destruction of everything we hold dear through your unnecessary production of electronic waste by artificially raising the resource requirements for access to knowledge.

See also Low-Tech Magazine.

The following pages are mirrored on the HTTP version of this site for those who are unfortunate enough to lack access to a proper gopher client. The master version will remain on gopher, however, so everything here is given without warranty.

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Note that this web server does not store any logs. If you send me an email, that email will obviously be stored on the server since it wouldn't make much sense otherwise. Luckily, that doesn't matter because no one sends me emails anyways.

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Works without Mozilla.