Mac users: don't look to FEMA for help
Recently, the U.S. Copyright Office announced that its upcoming newly-improved website will allow only Internet Explorer and a version of Netscape Navigator to access their copyright preregistration system.
I don't know much about designing websites, but aren't most sites today accessible by every browser in the land? How hard can building an all-browser-friendly site be? Is it too tough for these bureaucratic government lunkheads...or do they just want everyone to fall in line behind their preferred computer system (One OS To Rule Them All)?
A little of both, I imagine.
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