The Boston Diaries, Marginalia, Phroxy
The other day, I found a phost in the gopherspace "The Boston Diaries"
about a search engine named Marginalia that gives pages a higher ranl
for being closer to plain-text document.
One thing I've found searching my first and last name without a space
is a reference to my phlog, from which I can see my phosts on the web.
The page appears on a phroxy, a gopher proxy named "http://phroxy.z3bra.org".
I don't like the idea of gopher contents found on the web, because I don't
want my friends and family to find that I really write about things
such as my phost about the abusive interviewer. I don't want people to
know that I do not simply keep that job interview in the past.
But, I guess my friends and family will stick to traditional search
engines, and will not guess I write in Gopher, and that interviewer
will never guess someone shames him there.
Thanks, editor of the Boston Diaries for your phost!
BTW, Marginalia is not lynx-friendly. When I try to open it I get the
error "300 Permanent Redirect", but you can browse it in Emacs even
without a GUI system.