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Actually, saving bandwidth does eventually, indirectly save the environment....as computers are not exactly the most "environmentally friendly" products on the planet!  If you're a true "tree-hugger", you gotta care about all of the chemicals and acids that are used to build computers and servers as well..... ;)

Couldn't agree more........

I don't think W3C compatability is of any concern.  I couldn't make it through the entire link in one sitting, but if you've got an hour or two to kill: http://www.w3.org/TR...C-PNG-20031110/

Ugh! Reads like a city planning document. Yah, don't think I could make it through that in one sitting either!


Gillian Auld
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