Web proxy rendering on ancient browsers (like almost all of ours on PowerPC) has been discussed here in the past, the previous methods based on python/webkit were most definitely incomplete and very hackish. They also largely don't work now, thanks to the Google and the relentless implementation of the new HTTPS web standards post 2016. Antoni Sawicki (aka Tenox) however has been hard at work this spring and created an entirely new implementation, based on Golang/ChromeDP. https://virtuallyfun.com/wordpress/2019/07/11/wrp-4-0-preview/ I am not stupid (ok, maybe I am, zen.state certainly used to think so), I know the modern server with the modern OS is doing all of the heavy lifting here, but it is both mesmerizing and AWESOME to watch Google Maps rendering in Mosaic on NT 3.51. He has another video of it also using gmail. In IE 1.5 on NT 3.51 and Web Explorer on OS/2. Let that thought detonate in your brain. Both my PowerPC macs (Powerbook G4 and ibook G3, down from a high of seven PowerPC macs at one point) are in various states of dis/re-assembly at the moment so if someone could try this and post about, that'd be, umm, grrreeat.