This is hardly breaking news, but I just had to mention my happiness at actually getting my Newton MessagePad 2100 to connect to the internet! I bought a Hayes Optima 33.6 card, installed NetHopper for the web and EnRoute for email, found a modem script to connect to Earthlink dial-up, and I was actually browsing the web and sending and receiving email through my messagepad! Yeah, I know, it's not a huge deal, but I was pretty excited considering I've barely used a Newton at all, and I'm using five-year-old "obsolete" technology. Oh, and the rest of the greatness: I went to earthlink.net, downloaded their most current access numbers, converted the html to tab-delimited text, and imported it into my Newton. So now wherever I go, as long as I have a phone line, it's all good! Problem: NetHopper is giving me a lot of 404's for pages and even sites that I know exist! blakespot, do you know why this is? I thought it might be the DNS servers, but it's not. Is it a newer protocol that didn't exist in 1997 that's preventing me from seeing some current sites? Just curious. I'm a happy Newton Newbie.