RE: [WSG] Question on servers and Email campaign

2008-11-11 Thread Graphics Web Designing, LLC
I am sorry to ask this question but I am very curious as to how others feel 
about this.

I have a client that is purchasing E-mail listings from a company called 
expedia mail and I
Was called and asked for my server's root access information so that they can 
download their
Software onto my server for my clients email campaign.

I refuse to give anyone access to MY server let alone my root access.

Am I being rude and uncooperative on this or am I right?

According to the lady I spoke with she claims that I am uncooperative and that 
they have many
Companies give out there root access information to their servers.

I just can NOT put my other clients at risk and give some other company access 
to my server 
Where they have full access to my server and all of my clients and my servers 
information and in 
Addition they can do as they please once I give them my root access information.

Again, I would like to thank all for reading this post and I do hope this is 
not against WSG standards. 
But I am really needing confirmation that I am not losing it and that I was 
right in protecting
My clients as well as my server.




Sherri 
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Have a great day.

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RE: [WSG] Google chrome... Coming very soon...

2008-09-04 Thread Graphics Web Designing, LLC
I am located in Florida, I am available 24/7. I do not let a phone call go
unnoticed. 

I wish I could re-locate, however I will not put a company through the cost
of moving me and my family.

I would feel more comfortable working from my home office I have
established.

Please let me know if you have any problems with that.

 

Thank you in advance.

 

 

 

 

Sherri 

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(941)426-8117 Fax/Phone

(877)447-8932

 

 

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Do you relocate?   

Anya V.  Gerasimchuk
Web Designer, IT - Web Shared Services
UNIFI Information Technology 
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RE: [WSG] Google chrome... Coming very soon...

 






Hi Guys, 

I'm in desperate need of a senior front end developer within Sydney! Key
skills HTML, CSS, DHTML, JavaScript and a little PHP..

If anyone is interested, please email me [EMAIL PROTECTED] 

Cheers, 

Lev 

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
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Sent: Wednesday, 3 September 2008 10:26 PM
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On Wed, Sep 3, 2008 at 7:24 AM, David Storey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 On 3 Sep 2008, at 13:08, Todd Budnikas wrote:


 On Sep 3, 2008, at 6:19 AM, David Storey wrote:


 On 3 Sep 2008, at 11:42, tee wrote:


 On Sep 3, 2008, at 2:36 AM, David Storey wrote:


 On 3 Sep 2008, at 11:28, Regnard Raquedan wrote:

 Well, if it's akin to Safari, then it's as good as testing it there,
 right? :)

 Or is it...?

 No, it has a different JavaScript engine, and doesn't support a number
 of things the regular WebKit supports, such as text-shadow, @font-face
and a
 few others.


 Does it support border-radius or -webkit-radius?

 no browsers support border-radius.  It does support
 -webkit-border-radius, as far as I know (I'm running on Mac and
parallels
 doesn't work on my 64-bit Vista, and I can't be bothered to do the few
hours
 re-install process of Vista)

 -webkit-border-radius renders just fine. Running Chrome on XP on VMWare
 Fusion. http://www.css3.info/preview/rounded-border/

 Without WebKit's anti-aliasing as far as I can tell from Twitter posts.
I'm
 wondering if this is due to webkit using platform specific code for things
 like this and text-shadow, as being a reason why they are not in Chrome
 (Safari on Windows has a compatibility layer), or if it is a older branch.
  I'm thinking more the former.


Could someone tell me if it has Google Download Accelerator or other
Google Toolbar features built in? I'm just wondering how much is under
the hood...

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christianmontoya.net


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RE: [WSG] Google chrome... Coming very soon...

2008-09-04 Thread Graphics Web Designing, LLC


Good gosh, can you not see that people are only HUMAN and make MISTAKES for
the love of god, 
Stop getting so huffy. I guess next to you being perfect nobody can make a
mistake!

No wonder I hardly post anything to this. I would hate to upset those that
are to perfect for this world!
  


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Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2008 4:26 PM
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Subject: Re: [WSG] Google chrome... Coming very soon...

I can't believe this is still going. You guys are ALL off-topic for
this list. Please take your employment discussions elsewhere (like,
off-list).

2008/9/4 nishanth [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 Hi,
 You can send your profile and portfolio to this company. Sometimes we
 outsource some projects.

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RE: [WSG] Lawsuits for inaccessible websites

2008-08-21 Thread Graphics Web Designing, LLC
OK speaking because I am paraplegic, a piece of plywood would do just fine
to get someone up a step, now if you are in a building that just has a small
lip, I do not use a ramp when I go to my mother's house, it's called pop a
wheelie and get your Arz in the door. Now those that jump and run for a
lawsuit is just dumb and have nothing better to do they prey upon those that
do not know. If I was someone that knew someone that did that I would tell
them that if they are such a pro then perhaps they should start a group and
inform others of how to handle parties of those that use a wheelchair and me
personally would have to say something to the idiot that ran to a lawyer
just for the lawsuit, that is just stupid and looking for trouble down the
road and a rep so I guess they do not want many friends.
Please, just because you are in a wheelchair does not mean that you are
dead!, do something with your life!
And for those of you that do not believe I am in a wheelchair I will be more
than glad to show you a pic just email me I am not one that takes no for
an answer and just let others do things for me I am one of those that do
use a wheelchair and can provide for myself and others.




Sherri 
Graphic’s  Web Designing, LLC
(941)429-5005  (941)525-3955 Cell
(941)426-8117 Fax/Phone
(877)447-8932
 

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Subject: Re: [WSG] Lawsuits for inaccessible websites

In the US, there already has been a few lawsuits against big name
corporations,  I believe Southwest Airlines and Holiday Inn both
settled.   The current one is Target
http://www.jimthatcher.com/law-target.htm.

I feel, maybe incorrectly, that current law suits at least in the US
are brought against large big name organizations for a reason.   The
importance of Target has to do with the American with Disabilities Act
and the question whether this law has to expand to include the virtual
world has to adhere to the same accessibility standards as the brick
and mortar world.

Nancy

On Thu, Aug 21, 2008 at 1:26 PM, Rick Lecoat [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:
 On 21 Aug 2008, at 17:56, Jon Warner wrote:

 If I hosted a party, of course I would do my best to accommodate
 everyone's needs but to receive a court summons several days later
because i
 had not installed a wheelchair ramp, for example, is surely wrong.

 The wheelchair ramp analogy, whilst not perfect, is a useful one I think.
To
 refer to the example you used, I don't see that anyone would expect you to
 install a wheelchair ramp for the sake of a one-off private party
(although
 if you invited your wheelchair-using friends they might get a bit p**sed
off
 if you hadn't catered for them). I guess the equivalent of that on the
 internet is a personal site or blog which, whilst existing on the public
 internet, makes no attempt to provide content aimed at the wider public,
and
 is simply a vanity site of one sort or another.

 However, a site that provides a service to the wider public (be that in
the
 form of information, professional debate, selling a product or service, or
 anything else like that), then the analogous 'real world' experience would
 be that of a shop or library or seminar venue not installing a ramp, and
 that of course is a very different situation because the service provided
 has an implied invitation to the public as a whole. To use your party
 analogy, the private party would be a nightclub open to all-comers;
whether
 they have to pay to enjoy the service is immaterial, the implied
invitation
 to the public is there.

 In the vanity site situation I guess that the more personal the site
content
 the harder it would be to bring discrimination case (though I /suppose/
that
 someone could argue -- just -- that they were desperately interested in
what
 you had for breakfast and that since the site is on the public internet
they
 have a right to be able to access it); with the second situation, however,
 the 'service offered to the public' aspect means that the potential for a
 law suit is very clear.

 Just my take.

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RE: [WSG] Is anyone of you deaf?

2008-08-20 Thread Graphics Web Designing, LLC
I am not deaf but I am disabled myself. I am a paraplegic. Have been for 5
years now. But been working with web development for about 18 yrs




Sherri 
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Michael Heuberger wrote:
 Hello folks

 As a deaf webdesigner strictly following web standards, I am wondering
 if anyone of you is deaf too?

 Currently I live in Auckland and am waiting for my permission for
 residency...

 Cheers

 Michael H.
   
Michael

You may want to talk with Vicky Stanton.  She sometimes contributes here.

Her blog is http://www.vickisvapours.com/

-- 
Gary Barber
Freelance User Interaction Designer/ Information Architect

Web: radharc.com.au
blog: manwithnoblog.com



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