--- "John P. Looney" <jplooney-ilug at online.ie> wrote:
> > If a site has any need for user-accounts, let there be an
> > option to narrow your fields of interests in banner-ads.
> You'd be surprised how people take this. We had a thing in
> "conditions of service" agreement, when you sign up for an
> account, that we'ed (paraphrase) "reserve the right to
> request information
> off you to target advertising and special offers that you
> would be most
> interested in" - and someone mailed me saying that this was
> a serious
> breach of privacy. I was actually quite surprised.
Gosh, I'm glad I don't have to wrestle with
the advertising part of a website...yet.
> Our mail has a nasty big 450x80 (or something) image up the
> top, but no mail footer - just an X-header. What size image
> is the yahoo one ?
They actually seem to have disappeared lately - dunno what
They used to be around 60 tall, width varying from 200 to
460 wide (approximately).
And they were always trying to sell me flowers.
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