ANST - Webs and Chronicles and Cash
pug at pug.net
Wed Jul 22 09:23:34 PDT 1998
Dennis Grace said something that sounded like:
> I agree that this is a problem with "unpaid" advertising. I don't think
> it's a problem with "paid" ads. If you link to a paid advertiser and
> include a disclaimer to the effect that, "Advertisements are paid and
> should not be construed as endorsements";then, hey, what's the problem?
Although I have little problem with doing this for the Kingdom website,
I wanted it to be equal across the board for all non-Corporate
publications. Since this is a limitation to local newsletters and
websites, I made it the same for all "official" websites.
> The only problem I see is the financial consideration, and if the
> Virtual Scribe is careful to retain receipts and record them on his tax
> forms, I see *no* problems.
The problem here is that the Virtual Scribe is not a treasurer and
should not be. Unfortunately it is all to often to have money go through
hands that it should not have. (ie. local chroniclers recieving
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