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Netscape

A web browser based on the Mosaic program, developed at the Natonal Center for Supercomputing Applications. It no longer exists.
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Affinity is a leader in web hosting, and we're very pleased to offer their wide variety of affordable hosting packages through Netscape.
Affinity is offering special web hosting packages for its flagship brand, ValueWeb, in a co-branded environment on Netscape.
In addition, AOL is providing a direct link to the activities in Washington, DC by linking to the conference Webcast from Netscape.
Posting a story on the Netscape "Call Me Claus or Call Me Scrooge" message board is easy: Just visit the Entertainment channel at Netscape.
For our visitors, this represents yet another fun, engaging way to get the most out of the compelling mix of tools and content available at Netscape.