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____/ JeffM on Sunday 28 Feb 2010 03:13 : \____
>>>The HTML page contains almost no text on the topic
>>>and links to a 1MB PDF.
> Homer wrote:
>>Isn't this because they are primarily a print magazine publisher,
>>and they just pulled a PDF copy from their magazine,
>>rather than recreate it for HTML?
> That part seems obvious.
> Lots of places, however, make both formats available.
> I can't imagine how it would be difficult
> to import the same material into an HTML page.
> You don't even have to split it with columnar breaks
> or put hyphens in words.
> Another old media business that doesn't "get" the 'Net.
They usually post HTML.
~~ Best of wishes
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