OT: Html clue?

From: Vintage Computer Festival <vcf_at_siconic.com>
Date: Tue Dec 21 13:44:59 2004

On Tue, 21 Dec 2004, Ron Hudson wrote:

> Sellam, for your edification, Your right I had no clue -what- to google
> in this case, but I went to websites where I knew files were directly
> available for download, i examined the source, it looked the same as
> what I had. I went to a source of information where MOST people are
> helpful, I even marked my subject as OFF TOPIC so those with sensitive
> eyes could avoid offense. I read cctalk and if I can help someone with a
> problem I help them regardless if their request if off topic.

You're telling me that in ALL the billions of pages of the WWW, you
couldn't find a group to which you could pose your question and get a good
answer? I find that RATHER disingenuous.

Or are you saying you lack the patience to find such a group, or if you
do, to then wait for an adequate answer like the rest of us?

My problem is that you are abusing the list with your numerous questions
that have nothing to do with what we're here to suggest. At least 3-4 in
the past month.

Might I make a suggestion? In the past, when I've exhausted all other
resources, I come to the list (as a last resort) and pose my question and
request OFF-LIST replies. It's momentarily intrusive, as opposed to
creating an entire thread that belongs in some other forum somewhere else
on the internet.

The list is certainly a great resource of highly intelligent people who
have expertise is a wide range of technical and otherwise subject areas,

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