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Fluid Dynamics: Start Page

Start Page is a document which lists your list of things to do, your favorite links, and any little messages that you've written to yourself. It is 100% updatable from the browser, and so it makes a handy start page - you are always reminded of your things to do, you always have a quick alternative to bookmarks (helpful for those who use multiple computers and browsers) and you have a free forum where you can just write in anything you need to remember.

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Simple but useful. I've been using it for more than a year!

Posted by mpeh on Jul 12, 2000 Reply

A standard install on all websites I manage. They should really make integration with their excellent AXS site statistic and logging package a plug-in...

Posted by oldmoney on Jan 08, 2000 Reply

Pretty simplistic start page. Just the opposite of those gaudy all-things-for-all-people start pages offered by many ISPs. Now if someone could just split the difference between the two extremes.

Posted by campfire on Nov 18, 1999 Reply

This is one of those little gems. I have used it for over a year and love it.

Posted by CgiCoder on Sep 01, 1999 Reply

I have used this program for many years, and it keeps getting better. I have just installed version 1.1.0.0010 using the automatic process, which went flawlessly. Fantastic program!

Posted by woodburner on Jul 10, 1999 Reply

A nice start-up page where anybody can leave messages and post links. Easy to setup and does not require any upkeep. Pretty cool program.

Posted by brucehamilton on Jan 23, 1999 Reply

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