Commit cb877db3 authored by Benjamin Slade's avatar Benjamin Slade

minor changes

parent 7293b7e6
......@@ -10,12 +10,13 @@ creator = "Emacs 26.1 (Org mode 9.1.14 + ox-hugo)"
I was a long-time user of [Conkeror](http://conkeror.org/), a highly-extensible browser with
an Emacs ethos. It [still exists](https://www.freelists.org/archive/conkeror/09-2018), but since the changes in the Firefox
back-end it uses became increasingly difficult to use, so I've largely
switched to plain Firefox.
back-end away from XULRunner, which Conkeror uses, running Conkeror
became increasingly difficult to use, so I've largely switched to
just using plain Firefox.
However, [John Mercouris](http://john.mercouris.online/) has been developing [Next Browser](http://next.atlas.engineer/) (originally
styled [nEXT Browser](https://dm.reddit.com/r/programming/comments/7fw57u/next_browser_a_next_generation_extensible_lisp/)), a browser with a Common Lisp front-end, allowing
for customisability along Conkeror/Emacs lines:
for customisability and extensibility along Conkeror/Emacs lines:
{{<figure src="https://github.com/atlas-engineer/next/raw/master/assets/gifs/fast_navigation.gif">}}
......@@ -46,7 +47,7 @@ Browser could represent a return to those heady days of configurable
browsing Emacs-style.
So, if this sort of thing appeals to you (i.e. if you like Lisp,
Emacs, and/or highly-configurable browsers), you might want to support
Emacs, and/or highly-extendable browsers), you might want to support
the Linux/Unix-port of Next Browser:
<https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/next-browser-nix-support>
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