"In case you are viewing this in a text-only browser,
the site lists minimum system requirements as "Internet Explorer
7.0 or above, Firefox 2.0 or avoce, or Safari 2.0 or above" along
or above", *ahem* "Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or later or Macintosh
OS X", and "1 GB" of RAM. The, there's a bulled that states "At
this time Linux is not supported."
"Apparently, in 2010, the CBC can't serve up content to Linux
users. In the Web 2.0+ world of universal access and wide open
content delivery, the CBC can't produce content viewable on
browsers used by millions of people (Firefox, Google Chrome, etc)
under Linux. Flash, whatever you may think of the format, is well
supported on Linux, certainly well enough to allow we Linux users
to view the gazillion YouTube videos uploaded each day. But the
CBC, or perhaps just the people they hire, don't know that in 2010,
it is possible to deliver audio, video, and text content to pretty
much any graphical browser in the known universe. Obviously, those
people are still using reference texts from 1998 and just now
learning about CSS. HTML3 is still just a glimmer in their eye and
ActiveX seems like a pretty cool idea."
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