"not really suitable for general web browsing" ... yet it IS what's invoked when you use the "Configure External Network Device" option from the setup disk. This allows folks with just a PS2 and no PC or whatever to set up their web-based router/firewall etc. And this is how you sneak it as a web browser. I see the latest network disk doesn't allow non-LAN IPs to be entered for browsing (which the original disk did allow) but a quick prod on the router to get it to forward port 80 out to some other site works a treat. I'm also pretty sure it is slower than the original - certainly scrolling is dreadful on the new disk.
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RISC OS artist wows public with digital artwork A RISC OS-using artist has described exhibiting his digitally-created work in a public gallery as a "rewarding experience". Richard Ashbery, who used ArtWorks and Photodesk to create his images, showed off patterns and colourful illustrations to punters, who told him his work made a change from the oils and watercolour masterpieces usually exhibited. 1 comment, latest by socris on 18/11/08 4:23PM. Published: 17 Nov 2008