Hold The Phone!
Wow! Now you can read the latest rail news in your WAP-phone or other handheld computing WAP-enabled device. Load this url into your phone:
If you don't have a WAP browser or WAP phone, you can get a preview at Yahoo's nifty wapatron.
The WAP page is automatically generated every time the site is updated, so the latest news is always there. The WAP page has the latest eight stories, but no press releases or archive search.
What Do You Need?
You can sneak a peak right now using Yahoo's wapatron. Most new digital phones can do WAP, but not the cheapest ones. WAP browsers are also available for most pocket computers. Opera displays wap pages on desktop computers running Windows, Mac, Linux and other systems. Waply.com is a nice search engine with lots of WAP sites.
What's WAP?WAP stands for Wireless Application Protocoll. Simply put, it is a version of the world wide web for mobile phones, and other small computers.
What About Plain Browsing?
Erik's Rail News is designed to be viewable in many different environments. If you have a palmtop with a web browser and some sort of modem, you should be able to access the whole website without any problems. The site has been tested in several PDA browsers and conforms to official w3.org standards. AOL/Netscape and Microsoft are both members of W3.