Museum via WAP



#2

What do you think about that, is useful if the Museum is available via WAP? I'm preferred, e.g. I want to type one program for my calc in the university, and I haven't got WEB connection.

Or I want to read/to write Forum when I travel.

Csaba


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#4

I believe WAP stands for "Wireless Application Protocol" - FMI - see http://www.filesaveas.com/wap.html


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