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Surfin' Safari: tips for using the safari web browser

Surfin' Safari: tips for using the safari web browser

So how does Safari wind up getting its own separate chapter? Well, there are a number of reasons, none of them sound. First, the Safari browser is one application that we use a lot. And by a lot I mean “a whole bunch.” It is our access to the Web, and by Web I mean Internet, and by Internet I mean Information Super Highway, which is perhaps the corniest phrase ever conceived to describe the Internet, with the possible exception of Cyberspace. Politicians use these terms, because they don't actually use the Internet, but their staffers and interns do. Anyway, you (me, we, us, them, they) wind up using Safari a lot, but it got its own chapter because I had so many Safari tips that if I included those tips in another chapter it would be just too many tips. It would be “tip overload” (or as the politicians refer to it “Tipformation Super Overload”). By the way, it was Al Gore who invented the Safari browser. That's right, Al Gore. Not that Al Gore. The other Al Gore.



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