'We know it well,' said Aragorn, 'and never shall it be forgotten in Minas Tirith or in Edoras.'
'Never is too long a word even for me,' said Treebeard. 'Not while your kingdoms last, you mean; but they will have to last long indeed to seem long to Ents.'
--J. R. R. Tolkien
Forgetting Skylab, now are we? Mir was bigger and modular (Skylab was monolithic), but it wasn't the first space station - construction started over a decade after Skylab was launched.
The GP isn't talking about Mir; the first space station was Salyut 1.
"Consent" is in the mind of the person who consents. The whole deal about asking for permission and getting an affirmative response is merely a tool for establishing that consent exists, and like most tools, it only works when it is used properly.
IOW there must be a meeting of the minds.
nobody really writes web browsers for DOS anymore
As a matter of fact, a gopher browser(!) for DOS just got a new version.
A hacker does for love what others would not do for money.