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August 31, 2001 5:36 PM   Subscribe

The web in your inbox. You want to surf. But your friends want to get together to play Werewolf. You can have it all. Search with Tracerlock and The Informant and when you can break away to check your email, you'll find links waiting. Did they find an interesting link for you? Then use GrabPage to have the page sent to you as an email attachment.

Surfing with email is cool. But why stop there? Why not do everything by email?
posted by otherchaz (4 comments total)

 
Big ass latency, but how about tunneling IP through email to really piss off your firewall police?
posted by machaus at 5:48 PM on August 31, 2001


I (and I'm not the only one... I've heard that a company named Hotmail had quite a bit of success) have always dreamed of reading my email through the web... Now who's that masochist that wants to read the web through his email? ;-)
posted by sja at 10:14 AM on September 2, 2001


One more way to view the Web.Quirked - all about toys with news, discussion, shopping, & more...
posted by quirked at 12:48 PM on May 28, 2002


dammit! didn't mean to do that.
posted by quirked at 12:48 PM on May 28, 2002


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