Anyway, Eliason provides, for free, various Java-based versions of the Frink calculator as well as a Web interface version, a Web clipping application for the Palm VII, a WML version for smartphones, a browser plugin for Netscape, Firefox, Mozilla or any browser that supports "Sherlock" search plugins, a Java-based Frink interpreter for embedding in your own software, versions for Android, Sharp Zaurus, various Nokia and Sony Ericson phones, a dashboard widget for OS X and a Google Gadget.
This is amazing. Frink is a remarkable achievement and if you do any amount of calculations in your job, this is a fantastic tool to have at hand. Eliason is hereby awarded a Gearhead Gold Star.
Gibbs adds it up in Ventura, Calif. Your computations to email@example.com.
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