> A further example, not mentioned at the time, is the public access
> terminal or kiosk - internet cafes, tourist information services,
> library terminals, hotel room terminals. Any situation in fact where
> the machine and the browser stays put and there are multiple users.

This is the best example that I've seen to date. Keep them coming, what other business models absolutely require on the fly changes to the localization rather than exiting the application to change localization.
Jim Saunders Senior Software Engineer, Internationalization
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