Aule Browsers Info

The need for site-specific browsers seems very evident when I visit sites devoted to texts of interest to scholars and students in the humanities.

The those particular text and annotation needs can be complemented by features which an enriched web-content language such as Curl (from makes possible.

One such complement is the juxtaposition of texts.

This can be more than the "original" in a left-side frame and some translation is a right-side frame.

For example, with a smart language generating the markup, a defective chapter of a book, such as Chapter VI of Hannah Arendt's The Human Condition can be laid out with the relevant text in German of Martin Heidegger's "Die Frage von der Technik" which he had sent to her as volume one of the original V u. A.

The smart languages which I propose to generate Curl markup are a mix of Rebol, ICON, Prolog (logtalk), Oz and Seaside for Smalltalk.

For examples see