Subject: Re: LISP and AI
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: 2000/05/06
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <8f120a$7p5tn$>
Tim Bradshaw  <> wrote:
| (Actually, does anyone know how hard it would be to get netscape to
| tell some external program every time it visited a url?)

Phil Karn at Qualcomm (whom some of you old-timers may remember as
being "KA9Q" and the author of the "NOS" TCP/IP suite for a DOS PC)
has written a neat little hack that may do what you want:

	This package contains a daemon, written as a Perl script plus
	configuration file, that provides a simple HTTP router, banner
	advertisement blanker, cache and cookie cutter. You configure
	your web browser to use it as a web proxy. 


p.s. I've been intending to rewrite it in Scheme, but haven't gotten
around to it yet...

Rob Warnock, 41L-955
Applied Networking
Silicon Graphics, Inc.		Phone: 650-933-1673
1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy.		PP-ASEL-IA
Mountain View, CA  94043