Humaid AlQassimi

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My Gopher Site

Nov 6, 2019 · 1 min read

A Gopher version of my website is available! You can access it by visiting gopher://humaidq.ae with a browser that supports it, such as lynx. Or alternatively, view the site with Floodgap on a modern browser. This is how it looks with lynx:

A screenshot of my Gopher page, showing the same description of my mainHTTPS website, loaded on the lynx browser

In the future, I may extend it to be a closer copy of my current website, and to include the blog, projects, among other things.


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via paritybit.ca - What's New February 17, 2021

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via Drew DeVault's blog February 15, 2021

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via Drew DeVault's blog February 9, 2021

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