I think you misinterpreted my voice then. While you were being sharp  
and discounting my question as worthwhile, I simply said:

> David, I could be wrong on this, but I'm pretty sure you are not
> clear. I had a look at your site and you use the embed code inside an
> object. Thus when people begin to update their IE explorer browsers
> with the latest patches, etc. they will likely encounter an active-x
> button in need of confirmation.

When I said "clear", I meant "in the clear", maybe that was the  

Anyway, I am considering not updating our code. Especially if this is  
just to suit an older model of IE.

Its getting to the point where I may start signaling out Internet  
Explorer users and sending them to the Rocketboom Mars website to  
discuss why there are there.

On Apr 16, 2006, at 12:51 PM, David Howell wrote:

> Youre correct and I apologize for my curtness. I guess I was put off
> by Andrew shooting off that my site might be broken and that I didnt
> know what I was talking about without him even making an attempt to
> check to see if what he was saying was true or not.
> Again, my apologies.
> David
> http://www.davidhowellstudios.com
> --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "Bill Streeter" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  
> wrote:
>> The thing is that this group was set up to help people. I've always
>> had the attitude that no matter how often a particular issue comes up
>> on the list I always will answer it if I have the answer. Sometimes
>> the solutions to the issue changes, and sometimes the person  
>> asking is
>> new and hasn't searched the archives (and if you've ever had the
>> experience of trying to search the group archives you know it's not a
>> good way of finding an answer--especially if you don't know exactly
>> what terms you might be looking for). So in the spirit of making the
>> group a welcoming resource for new videobloggers I would tend not to
>> dismiss people for asking a question or bringing up an issue that's
>> been addressed before. It's something that happens frequently on this
>> list but it should not be discouraged IMO.
>> Bill Streeter
>> www.lofistl.com
>> --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "David Howell" <taoofdavid@>
>> wrote:
>>> I'll see your sarcasm and raise you a "tough shit".
>>> It's assumed that if one joins this list, then one reads the posts
>>> here. If you arent reading the posts, then why join the group?
>>> Besides, not taking the measures to properly present your work to  
>>> your
>>> viewers *is* the responsibility of the owner of the site. Not anyone
>>> elses. Once I knew that the active-x changes were coming from MS,  
>>> both
>>> being announced on this list AND a multitude of other sites  
>>> reporting
>>> it, I took measures to fix the problem.
>>> There is a warning on the "Home" section of this group about the
>>> number of emails this list can produce AND offers a solution. Dont
>>> come crying when you cant keep up.
>>> David
>>> http://www.davidhowellstudios.com
>>> --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "Ryan Ozawa" <ryanozawa@>  
>>> wrote:
>>>> Hash: SHA1
>>>> On 4/15/06, David Howell <taoofdavid@> wrote:
>>>>> Like I said, this was all brought up a while ago on this list. If
>>>>> people didnt take the time to resolve their issues then...ah well.
>>>>> C'est la vie.
>>>> Darn right. Shame on anyone who slacked off and dared not process
>>> each of
>>>> the hundreds of messages that flow through here each week!  If
>>> you've got
>>>> any questions, need help or advice, tough cookies.  You've had your
>>> chance.
>>>> - --
>>>> Ryan
>>>> HawaiiVog.com
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>>>> =rk2K
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