"Remember during the Dot Com boom when sites used to display
which browser you should use in order to best utilize their
website? Quaint, annoying and even a little narrow minded. Those of
us who have been yearning for a blast from the past will be
thrilled to learn that Wal-Mart is apparently doing this in the
year 2007. Wait, it gets better...
"The trouble with dictating what your users or customers can and
cannot use to buy your products is a very dangerous game. Even
iTunes, with all of its success, has made itself a standalone
application that honestly couldn't care less which browser choice
you have made. It works on two of the three main OS' and the
success of iTunes has thus been reflected, I believe..."
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