Perhaps we ought to say something about not using .doc or other program specific formats?
Date: 22 Mar 2009 20:43
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ya and if you do use a text editor, save it as a .txt file and not .doc or whatever. that way anyone can open it.
.html works well too if you want images or something more interactive than a text file.
i dont trust those. i always think they have viruses in them for some reason
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I'd use txt for the simple reason that most plain text editors don't take up such a high amount of process memory. (and they load a lot faster)
My personal opinion on this is that since most new computers come with 2gb RAM and at least a decent processor, any computer that you can view the web on should be fine for an HTML document.
Personally, I find that plain text is just fine for the most part.
Yeah I was being a bit egoistic: my own pc has only 512 mb ram and a 0.966 Ghz processor. (it's about 10 yrs old…)