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Mobile web Support
      Thu Jan 12 2006 04:08 AM

Heya everyone, To preface this, I know the NHC has excellent mobile web support for their updates and advisories. But I'd love to see some sort of wml markup for this site for people to read the discussions and debates while trapped on a cell phone and no computer access. Maybe it's the weather junkie in me, but I enjoy the discourse.

Anyway, i can access the site through my wireless phone, but the images and other graphic are too much for the memory on my phone.
Would it be possible to make a simplified wml page, that simply has links to the Forums and met blogs?

Just food for thought

M. S. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech - May 2019.

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