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In your Internet 201 article on Netscape Communicator (WT, Jan. 9) you neglected to mention that Netscape Communicator will also be available for OS/2 and various Unix platforms. This early release was only for Win95 and WinNT.

Please try to tell the entire story. This is an excellent example of the kind of passive-aggressive journalism that any competition to Microsoft's operating systems have to contend with.

On the other hand, I appreciate your informative and favorable article on Netscape Communicator. What is going to substantially differentiate it from Microsoft's offerings is the greater range of operating systems it will run on.

Cliff Brady
Oak Park, Ill.

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