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This is a hard one.

Should I name web-sites like Gmail, WhatsApp for the web, and Twitter fav website or just a web-representation of an application that I (also) run on phone or tablet?

If I should include them, "Social media" would be top, as I can then use my keyboard and big screen to reply and share content.

Other than that, I use cron to generate local html that reflects things I hate to do on the official pages, like gathering release notes for my fav OSS or SW that I require for work. I HATE advertisements and not-used information on most websites, I also hate some of the fonts forced on me or the layout that was clearly aimed at people with preferences that do not resemble mine even remotely. If I use WWW::Mechanize and friends to just fetch the information I want to review on a daily basis, and generate static content that I can view in font/style/layout that I prefer, it makes my life on the web bearable.

PM to me requires a seperate client for the chat. They go hand in hand. (Thank you choroba for making a workable version.)

So I chose "Other tech".


Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

In reply to Re: My favourite web site is: by Tux
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