Monday, October 29, 2007
function CSAction2(fct, array)
a quick trip to Google Code Search reveals numerous pages with the first three function. For instance, they are included in this "netscape bugfix code. Dozier does not acknowledge this lifting, however.
The law firm is a bit more honest with "MPOpenPopupLite," where they provide this acknowledgement:
OpenPopUpLite 2.0.1 action by Nate Baldwin, www.mindpalette.com, copyright 2004
Heres something worth pondering.
Assuming the view source could be made illegal. If I look at the version on freesome what then?
I am liable just for visiting the site?
freesome for writing the one line of code.
the webhost for hosting infringing material.
The mind boggles.
Personally I blame evolution for bringing forth legal annoyances such as brains.
Posted by: Pete | Friday, November 09, 2007
Or what if you visually disabled, and rely on a screen reader to parse the text for you? Or a screen reader developer, whose program gives an error on Dozier's error-ridden but unreadable (by diktat) homepage?
Posted by: Dan tdaxp | Monday, November 12, 2007