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Lotus Development shipped its Weblicator product, which allows users to browse previously stored Web pages offline. By working offline, users can take advantage of faster displaying of text, graphics, and animation and avoid delays on busy sites. The product monitors Web sites for changes and updates locally stored copies. The price is $29 for English language versions. Various foreign language versions will be available in the next three months.