> So what if someone still uses Pine?...
> So what if Telnet is going defunct? People in China still use it
> as a way to circumvent government censorship.
Telnet defunct? That's a surprize to me--I'm typing this message in "vi" over a telnet connection right now (I use elm, though, rather than pine). It's also something of a security measure; I don't want all my mail from various lists going through company servers, so I telnet out to my Unix host and use elm from there.
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