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How low can you go?

  • Subject: How low can you go?
  • From: "bykands" <bykands@mediaone.net>
  • Date: Sun, 10 Jun 2001 11:15:18 -0500

Hi Bob, Gary, Robyn and all,

I received an email from Bernice this morning and below is a part of
it.  She is very sorry and has apologized.  She also asked me to check
and make sure that her page is no longer loading.  I just tried it and
It wouldn't load for me.  Robyn what link are you using?  I would like
to write her back and tell her everything is okay but if her page is
still loading and she hasn't removed all of the things she copied then
I would like to talk to her about it again.  I'm glad to hear your
background picture has been removed Gary.  Can anyone else get her
page to load?


>Dear Ken and Sue,
>Thank you for your compliment on my pyrographed markers but MOST
>importantly, I would like to extend my most deepest and sincere
>I am not familiar  with any of the 'home page building'
>A friend that is supposed to know "everything about the internet"
told me to
>copy things I liked from other sites until I got to learn what
certain codes
>mean and to play with my home page until I got it the way I wanted
it.  He
>certainly never mentioned anything about copywrites and search codes

>As I make my little trinkets available to very few gardening friends
>e-pals ONLY,
>I was horrified to discover this morning when I retrieved your
message that
>my little "rinky-dinky" home page was being broadcasted to everyone
on the
>internet. I called my friend this morning and asked him why it was
>that and demanded that he tell me how to remove it so nobody could
access my
>home page.  He instructed me over the phone a few moments ago and
tells me
>that now,
>nobody can view my home page. He says that I may had copied things
>(certain codes of sorts) from someone's page and when people did a
>it would come up.  This I find scary as I never intended to
'advertise' to
>everyone and I feel awful about this as I am so internet "stupid".  I
>just begun playing with these 'html' codes about a month ago and
found it so
>frustrating that I had just put it aside.  I had no idea I was being
>accessed by
>so many people.  I thought I was simply in the process of making a
>for my e-pals to view instead of me having to describe them on an
e-mail all
>the time.

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