JavaScript and Browsers

What is JavaScript?
What is a web browser?
What is The Java Virtual Machine?

What are you selling?
How much does it cost?
What does it do?
Can I get it elsewhere for less?
Why so much?
What does it do?
What is a mouse?

How do I pay?
You can pay directly to my bank account.
Can I make money with your software?
Apart from using the internet you can sell software (browsers) to your friends for commission.

Is there a money back guarantee?
There is a 30 day free trial.
Download the Mozilla browser for free.
Download Mozilla Thunderbird for free.
If after 30 days you decide not to buy it, delete it.
You will need to read the License Agreement.

Can I use another browser instead?
What if I'm usung a Linux O/S?

Did Brendon Eich write JavaScript?

Why has Oracle taken over Sun?
How can Sun be owned by Dragon?
What is Dragon?

What else do I need to know?

For more see:

What is BitCom?
BitCom was the supplier of software for digital modems back in 1990.
Read the BitCom Manual Table of Contents here:
Read the BitCom License Agreement here:
Read the Files on BitCom Diskette here:
Read more about BitCom & the .ARC file extension in the case SEA vs PKWARE

The BitCom software was written and ARCHIVED onto the BitCom diskette. It contains all the BitCom files necessary to connect to the (what was then) internet, which consisted of bulletin boards (see-what is it for). Legal disputes followed, but the fact of the archive files, an early form of  lossless data compression, like Zip files, plus the deliberate spelling mistake (archieved and unarchieved instead of archived and unarchived),   effectively copyrighted this software including file extensions. BitCom sold many copies, but never paid me (the author) making this software still my property.
past participle, past tense of a┬Ěchieve (Verb)
1. Reach or attain (a desired objective, level, or result) by effort, skill, or courage: "he achieved his ambition to become a journalist"; "people striving to achieve".
2. Accomplish or bring about.  More ┬╗

Is BitCom still used?

How do I connect to the internet?
How do we know this is not a scam?
Is the Microsoft Browser legal?
What Is the Browser Wars?
History of browser wars
From the DOS 5 Manual

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What is the difference between this game and real monopoly?

Online Banking Monopoly Is a Savings scheme. The money is real, and the interest paid is up to 200%

Why are you doing this? 

To encourage savings. I have no faith in the New Zealand sharemarket. Banks can only pay 2% before interest becomes inflationary. The economy need inflation to be at 2% and 2% interest compensates for this. If inflation is higher than interest rates, you are losing money by having it in the bank.

Why would you pay so much?
Which is real, and which is a game?

Where is the money coming from?
Short answer- Business. Web browsers.
Also Internet Service Providers
There is not a lot on money involved in the game.
It is complicated.
In fact inflation increases the value if some property. The value is set by the laws of supply and demand at auction, where people bid for the property they want. When you have a patent it is a virtual monopoly, but that does not mean you can charge what you like for your product. We are selling browsers in the UK and are betting the British Pound will rise to about $35 U.S., well above the Euro.  Want to know more?

Online Banking

Do you own a bank?

What is Rainierbank?


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