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Re: Review of the 2002 Olympics site

From: Bill LaPlant <blaplant@mindspring.com>
Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2002 19:24:01 -0500
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I notice there is no identification of who is actually responsible for 
the (there is not even an anonymous link to a webmaster).  And yet they 
are running a simultaneous Paralympics for people with disabilities!

Charles F. Munat wrote:

> David Woolley wrote:
>>> http://www.saltlake2002.com/
>> I hope this is the Olympics site, not the review, as all I get is:
>>    This site requires javascript enabled on your browser.
> Yes, it is the Olympics site. Of equal interest is this tidbit at the 
> bottom of every page:
> Plug-ins needed:
> Flash
> Windows Media
> QuickTime
> Adobe Acrobat
> And, of course, the site is framed.
> Charles F. Munat
> Seattle, Washington

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