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We have either been unable to determine what browser you are using, or have detected that you are using a browser that is not fully compatible with The Mitchell Agency's web site. In order to receive the full experience of our site, you will need to make sure you are using a modern browser (version 5 or higher) with JavaScript turned on.
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What can I do?
You might consider upgrading to any of the following browsers. Doing so will allow you to use and view websites as their creators intended. All of these browsers are available free of charge. What if I don't want to upgrade?
We understand you may be attached to your current browser, but we want you to know your options. Upgrading your browser is an easy and, for the most part, automated process. You can have more than one browser on your system, so if you prefer to use Netscape 4, you can run Internet Explorer 6 alongside it.

Updating your browser is also good for security. One reason software makers build updated versions of programs is to eliminate bugs or holes in the original programming that could make your information vulnerable to other users on the internet.

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What's wrong with older browsers?
The Mitchell Agency web site, along with working with cutting edge photographers, utilizes cutting-edge technologies that are in-line with emerging standards for the web. Modern browsers (browsers released in the last 18 months) support these standards, making your browsing experience more consistent and, hopefully, more enjoyable.

These standards, while making life easier for builders and users, are incompatible with some older browsers, such as the version 4 releases of Netscape or Internet Explorer (which are still used by a significant number of internet users).

The Web Standards Project
Some of the information on this page was provided by The Web Standards Project (WaSP).

WaSP is a coalition of web developers and users. Their mission is to stop the fragmentation of the web, by persuading browser makers that standards are in everyone's best interest. Visit them to learn more.

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