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Netomat The Anti Browser

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Wired has an article about Netomat, a non-linear Web browser which can make the net more interesting, and even more confusing. It sounds wanky, but amusing and might be worth a download for the curious.

In the same way that a DJ can produce music by mixing samples, Netomat apparently pulls content from sources on the net, producing a mixture of JPGs, text/html, etc. Navigation is done more by keyboard than mousing around. The author, who works for IBM during the day, plans an open source future for his browser.

If they expect me to include this in my "cross-browser" testing...

Isaac is a designer from Adelaide, South Australia, where he has run Triplezero for almost a decade.

He was a member and administrator of since its founding in 1998, designed the current site, and was a regular contributor on's direction-setting discussion list, theforum.

On the side, he runs Opinion, Hoops SA, Confessions, Daily Male, and Comments, as well as maintaining a travel gallery at

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