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RE: Hoof in Mouth Disease

  • Subject: RE: Hoof in Mouth Disease
  • From: "Roy M. Dales" roymdales@earthlink.net
  • Date: Sun, 23 Feb 2003 18:45:09 -0500

That sounds familiar!

Roy M Dales
830 Lake Road
Milton, VT 05468-3449

1-802-893-0265 home
1-802-893-0170 work
1-802-893-7144 fax
roymdales@earthlink.net


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-hosta-open@hort.net [mailto:owner-hosta-open@hort.net] On
Behalf Of Bill Meyer
Sent: Sunday, February 23, 2003 4:05 PM
To: hosta-open@hort.net
Subject: Hoof in Mouth Disease

Umm Chick,
         That would be hostas.com there buckaroo. Try to stay on the
right
page with this or we're never going to have a good argument here. Jeez,
talk
about cheap debating manuevers!
                                .......Bill



> Something must be wrong here.  Am I looking at the wrong site?  I just
> don't see anything in the site I'm looking at that is misleading or
> confusing in the slightest.
>
> I'm seeing a page that says Welcome to Frida's Hosta.com.... Order
> now...lower prices for spring.
>
> Is that the site we're talking about? If so, what is confusing?  I'm
> totally stumped.
>
> Chick
>
> Jaspersail@aol.com wrote:
>
> >Bill,
> >You're right -- there is some design similarity between the hosta.com
and
AHS
> >sites.  That does seem kind of sleazy.  And in the absence of another
> >explanation, one could only conclude that it was done to deceive.
However,
> >the domain name really doesn't hold any deception if taken separately
from
> >the site design.
> >
> >Awhile back, Chick pointed out that a new nursery had opened with the
name
> >"Bridgewater Gardens."  He didn't seem overly concerned, but might
have
been
> >if their Website mimicked Bridgewood Gardens' site.  That would be an
attempt
> >to deceive.
> >
> >My Hosta Website PET PEEVE?  Sites that DON'T include links at the
BOTTOM
of
> >long scroll-down lists.  How inconsiderate is that?  You have your
customers
> >scroll down through a long list of hostas on a page, then make them
scroll
> >all the way back up to get to your next page?  Sheesh!  Don't you
WANT
them
> >to go to the next page???  All those same links at the top could be
mirrored
> >on the bottom of each alphabetic list.  It's not rocket science.  OK,
rant
> >over...
> >
> >--John
> >
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