Miekael writes: >The Reader might be a program that >can interprete HTML (HyperText Markup Language) files and represent >the file in hypertext on the screen. Of course, it would be nice if >all these operations could be done in memory, so I guess there would >have to be a lot of memory in a TeleReader. Good idea! I've been using the Windows Cello W3 reader (still in beta) and am looking forward to the full release. With the GIF, sound and PostScript viewers, the package takes up around 8-10 megs.