Some of us still remember natty command line browser called
links2. Personally I used it quite a lot when system broke again after minor update of linux kernel or rebuild of gentoo. Nowadays most of linux updates happen smoothly and don't require us to serarch for fix in text terminal without running X server. But it was very different 10 years ago
Let's see how modern website look like in links!
I bit noisy than I expected
2. Gmail Login
Good job Microsft!
I expected more
A bit messy but usable
Bravo, gov.uk is one of the well made government websites I ever seen
10. Tech Crunch
Very well, I think it's the best from what I've seen
Bear in mind there no JS allowed in
links2 browser! I'd say overall result is surprisingly good, many websites are still usable
This post is inspired by Chris @codepo8 were he used lynx browser which is a grandpa of links2