[Cross-posting to news:comp.infosystems.www.misc, for it's ought
to be on-topic there, but omitting from Followup-To:, as that
group doesn't seem to be active.]
It was brought to my attention that the Edbrowse article is
considered for deletion at Wikipedia. Again. 
So, I've tried to look up for possible sources that can be
referenced (for verifiability's sake, if not notability proper),
but there seem to be virtually none to be found.
Which is rather surprising, given that I've got an impression
that can be sanely operated by a blind user. (To quote the
Wikipedia article, a section of it I'm unsure truly belongs there,
"A sighted user quickly locates items on the screen by moving
his eyes, but the efficiency and speed of this visual interface
is lost when those eye movements are replaced with a mouse
and a screen reader.") Or are there indeed better alternatives?
(Or did my Web search fail to yield some valuable and relevant
Personally, I'm using Lynx for way over a decade, and find it
about perfect for casual Web reading. However, I'm also
and it runs pretty much anywhere; I've tried to employ that
for education purposes (say, ), although didn't progress
much on that, in no small part "thanks" to Firefox being the
unwieldy monstrosity it is;
contributing, and "ecommerce" is virtually inseparable from it.
Hence is my recent interest in Edbrowse. I hope to check the
version in Debian testing soon, and if it lets me pay my bills,
Firefox will have one less use case for me. (The other being
typesetting, where Edbrowse wouldn't be able to compete, alas.)
(URI split for netiquette.)
 Runge-Kutta-based RLC model example.
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