Internet Tip of the Week: WebVCR

Road warriors, or those with a limited amount of Internet connect time can now "record" websites while you're online, and view them at your convenience and without incurring any phone charges "offline." Similar to features of a VCR (but MUCH less complicated -- and no clock setting to master!)WebVCR by NetResults is the latest technology to allow you surf the Web even when you're not connected.

For those of you who enjoy reading newspapers on-line, this is an ideal product which avoids long phone line and access charges.

WebVCR can be downloaded for a 15-day free trial at
http://www.netresultscorp.com/fs_webvcr_info.htmland it sells for $39.95.

Its producers say WebVCR “makes sure the Web is there when you need it.”

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