(Last Updated on
July 22, 2002
Navneet Behal is the
wiz behind our video player. If you are designing your own web site,
and need some help on some portion that has stymied you, I strongly
recommend contacting him!
Do you get too much spam in your in-box? I do too... Here is an
excellent primer telling
you what to do, and just as importantly, what not
to do, to help get rid of spam.
CAUCE is the "Coalition
Against Unsolictied Commercial Email." They are the largest
organization fighting to outlaw spam. Please support them!
To help reduce spam in all forms (email, telephone and dead-tree
mail), try registering for the opt-out list at DMA
Consumers. This is the Direct Marketing Association site, where
they keep lists of people that don't want spam. You can register
to have your email removed for free, or it costs $5 for 5 years
to have your phone number and address put on a do-not-call and do-not-mail
list. Not 100%, since not all spammers are members of DMA, but for
those that are, this might help.
On a lighter note, This Is
True is described as "Bizarre-but-true news stories sent
to you free once each week." I personally get the premium edition
— the news stories this guy finds each week make this my first
read every Monday evening!