[THIN] Re: Unfriendliness of theThin website

  • From: Matt Fowler <mfowler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 09:46:45 -0600

I concur!


>What is this ripping of thethin.net web site.  We have a free reference site
>that cost us nothing and Jim has expenses to keep it up and current (not TO
>mention his time).  How do you expect him to pay for it all if he does not
>use sponsors and advertising?  Nothing is free so either we have to pay Jim
>a subscription fee or we realize that those little things are a necessity of
>providing such a valuable tool. Nothing in life is free and our cost is a
>few ads.  User unfriendly, try living in the thin world without it.  It has
>paid for itself in my environment more then I can ever thank Jim.  Also,
>some of the ads has helped with problems by providing information for a
>vendor.  Salute to Jim and all the advertisers that sponsor this site.  It
>is the first site I usually go to for Citrix/thin client answers and I have
>used a lot of sites for information and/or a resource tool.
>
>THANKS JIM K!!!!
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Jim Kenzig [mailto:jimkenz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
>Sent: Wednesday, October 30, 2002 9:33 AM
>To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [THIN] Re: Unfriendliness of theThin website
>
>
>
>The trend one isn't an ad or a bug. It goes out to the trend site and pulls
>down the top ten viruses.  The housecall button looks for a cookie it has
>set as to whether it has been previously run or not so it can call itself
>back up without having to reload the java applet so you can scan your drive.
>That is all.  A lot of users myself included have found both items
>(housecall and the top ten virus list) to be of huge benefit.
>Regards,
>Jim Kenzig
>http://thethin.net
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On
>Behalf Of Tyler Kinchen
>Sent: Wednesday, October 30, 2002 10:05 AM
>To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [THIN] Re: Unfriendliness of theThin website
>
>
>
>         Jim, did you know you had a web bug on the thin?  It looks like it's
>a =
>part of the Trend Ad based on the url.  They probably included it in the =
>ad they gave you or the url that points to the ad.  It doesn't look like =
>it does much other than send the thin name and the date in it.  It may =
>be just for tracking how many eyeballs they get from the ad.  Did they =
>tell you about that part of the ad?  Just curious.
>
>         For those who don't know what web bugs are, look at =
>http://www.bugnosis.org/faq.html.  I found the bug with the software =
>from http://www.bugnosis.org.  I've been amazed (probably shouldn't be) =
>with the number of sites that use these things. =20
>
>Regards,
>
>Tyler Kinchen
>tkinchen@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Matt Fowler
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