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Immobile Slashdot

saphena (322272) writes | more than 6 years ago

Portables 4

saphena writes "This is the 21st century, why is Slashdot not yet mobile friendly?

I use a Palm TX running Blazer 5.3. Page load usually aborts with "page too big" but even if it doesn't I still need to scroll through acres of bumpf to get to any substantial content.

Can't we have a mobile.slashdot page, please?"

4 comments

Get into this decade yourself (1)

NuShrike (561140) | more than 6 years ago | (#21292421)

Why don't you try Opera Mini 4, or some other modern browser that can process Slashdot just fine, instead of that ancient one on the T|X?

Even I gave up on that crippled thing.

RSS feeds (2, Interesting)

rx-sp (1161741) | more than 6 years ago | (#21293409)

Ever thought about tuning into the RSS feed? Trying to open the main webpage on a PDA is perhaps too ambitious.
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