From Wikipedia on Opera through readability-cli running on NODE.js which runs a “Firefox Reader Mode” but without Firefox, pushed through lynx text browser to strip the HTML and make it 40 characters across and remove the links, converting the new lines from unix to dos endings into a virtual COM4 port which goes to a virtual null-modem cable to virtual COM3: which is read by RealTerm which starts a Telnet server that a DriveWire server is connected to, converting MODEM codes into TELNET which pushes the text to VCC, a Tandy Coco Emulator running a Becker port into a TERMINAL program which uses graphics mode to simulate a 51×23 screen that receives the text via localhost telnet. Roaming\npm\readable.cmd “%1″ | c:\lynx\lynx.exe -stdin -dump -width 40 -nonumbers -nolist -nomargins | unix2dos > \\.\COM4

From Wikipedia on Opera through readability-cli running on NODE.js which runs a “Firefox Reader Mode” but without Firefox, pushed through lynx text browser to strip the HTML and make it 40 characters across and remove the links, converting the new lines from unix to dos endings into a virtual COM4 port which goes to a virtual null-modem cable to virtual COM3: which is read by RealTerm which starts a Telnet server that a DriveWire server is connected to, converting MODEM codes into TELNET which pushes the text to VCC, a Tandy Coco Emulator running a Becker port into a TERMINAL program which uses graphics mode to simulate a 51×23 screen that receives the text via localhost telnet.
 
Roaming\npm\readable.cmd “%1″ | c:\lynx\lynx.exe -stdin -dump -width 40 -nonumbers -nolist -nomargins | unix2dos > \\.\COM4

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