[NTLK] Regarding the internet navigation thing
Allen.Russell at linde.com
Sat Feb 3 21:25:36 EST 2018
I love your idea, so clever. "how do I use what the newton is capable of and connect it to 2018 technology to solve a problem (ssl/tsl web sites)." Right, use an R-Pi zero. Why not.
>From: Abraham Limpo <abraham at familialimpo.net<mailto:abraham at familialimpo.net>>
>Hellow fellow newtontalkers!
>I know the idea of browsing websites with the newton is not very appealing but I kept thinking about it and finally got my first prototype working.
>Because I don't think I can attach images to the mail, follow the link to see the newton companion, prototype 1, in all its "glory" (or it was gory?) >http://files.nekoplanet.com/newcom.jpg
>So far the thing can bridge a PPP conection through the modem and a modern Wify at flazing 36k (i think it can go up to 250k but I would need to fix >the impedance problem with the max3232). The modem so far has been tested only on my emate and newton 2k, but should work with any serial >equipped macintosh that supports PPP.
>Next thing should be implementing some kind of internet "translator" to adapt the pages to sizes the newton will understand, and I also want it to be >able to syncronize packages and do backups, but, hey, it's a start.
>The definitive version will be battery powered and will fit on a case no bigger than the old newton modem.>
>Cheers and happy Newton year ;)
>PD: Also may poutine be with you
Best Regards / Saludos Cordiales / Mit freundlichen Grüßen
Allen Russell, PE
Manager of Control Systems Engineering
Stewartsville, NJ, 08886, USA
allen.russell at linde.com
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