Col1: and by the same token, it would be orders of magnitude cheaper for ROL to support existing browser development and therefore ensure a continued market for themselves. But ROL have never shown such foresight.
mark: just what I said. Someone _else_ to figure that out, and some kind of cooperation from people, and to realise we aren't _just talking about browser development_. As for myself, I want to recover some of the very large amount of money it cost me to get as far as I did, and lay the ground work for that cooperation to occur.
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