Pizza Server Help
The World Wide Web has been a distant goal for us here at the Internet Pizza Server Designers Institute for a number of years now, but this goal had been just out of our reach until we made certain very scientific breakthroughs a matter of weeks ago.
Finally we had the necessary tools to complete the task...so we did. The web Pizza Interface still uses the very same makepizza program that the e-mail original did, but it's now been enhanced to produce HTML output, if so asked. The pizzas are placed in a temporary holding zone until the transfer is complete and the user is given a chance to download the pizza if he or she wishes. (Every 7 or 8 minutes or so we send Rocko the Pizza Server Elf to clean up this directory--he's been known to be rude to customers from time to time.)
At long last, the Brilliant Computer Gods saw fit to better equip the Pizza Server to handle the increased e-pizza demands of the new cyber-frontier. We've been moved to a less heavily loaded machine here at the Internet Pizza Warehouse so that we can better perform the Highly Complex Pizza Generation Task. The average pizza takes a mere seven seconds to generate, with small pies finishing in two! (Time does not include transmission delays--please don't sue us.)
But what you really want to know is: how do I use the web interface? Well, we can't say much about it, since it's so self-explanatory. Rocko has a few choice words, but we can't say them on the Web. All easiness aside, here's a list for the complete e-pizza desiring novice:
But some of you might be asking, "What is this other way to order pizza over the Web? The one called "Order an e-mail pizza through the Web", that is. It is a little program that will deliver the e-pizza to your mailbox, the old fashioned way. Some of us still dig it, man.
Finally, let us give you some reasons to use the original non-web e-mail method for ordering the pies:
There. Those are the reasons. Now, order some pies! We're ready to get crackin'!
--The Internet Pizza Server Elves