This site was designed by David McLaughlin.
On many web sites, you will find statements such as "This page best viewed in
[insert name of browser here]". This is not clever. The World Wide Web and the Internet
exist because of standards. Those standards enable you and me to design pages that can
be accessed using graphical browsers such as Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape
Navigator, text-only browsers, and programs we've never heard of that might turn the pages
into speech, Braille, or Esperanto. Those standards mean that visitors might enjoy, and learn
from, my Web pages in ways I cannot anticipate. Those standards are administered by The
World Wide Web Consortium.
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