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¿Se puede hacer un pequeño resumen? Para los que no entendemos demasiado de Inglés.Entiendo que va de que está a favor de la invasión contra Irak, o algo así. Pero no entiendo mucho lo de Gitmo ni el sentido general del mensaje.Saludos!
Bueno, no es por la invasión, que cada cual puede tener su punto de vista, equivocado o no. Es por la defensa de la tortura.Comenta que en Guantanamo lo que hacen son caricias en comparación con las sesiones que practican otros paises en medio oriente. Se rie de los torturados a la cara haciendo chistes baratos y habla -entre lineas- de que se debería ser más severo para obtener más información de los "terroristas".Con la polémica al final del post -en plan broma- dice que no defiende la tortura. También creo que lo dice en otro lado, pero leyendo el post completo queda claro su planteamiento: Torturar -más severamente porque ahora son muy blandos- sin que se sepa (no cámaras) para obtener información , por el bien de EEUU y si hace falta decir -como el- que lo que se hace no son torturas. Gitmo = Guantanamo
Ya me quedó mucho más claro, gracias!Por mi parte no comparto su postura acerca de las torturas... pero creo que la vida personal o la opinión de la persona no se debería mezclar mucho con si la empresa que maneja él sea buena o sea mala (aún no los he utilizado directamente), sólo eso
Si el presidente-fundador de una compañía privada decide hacer publicidad de sus puntos de vista desde la Home de su compañía (está linkado el weblog), está diciendo que representa el punto de vista de la empresa.Cada cual puede hacer con su dinero lo que quiera Philippe :), yo no voy a dar un duro a Goddady sabiendo donde va parte de ese dinero.Es como si Pinochet tuviera una empresa en Chile, me da igual que todos sus empleados no sean asesinos ni mala gente, pero yo no daré dinero sabiendo a que manos llegará.Se ha armando un buen revuelo, y el tal Bob Parsons ha puesto un post en su weblog comentando lo ocurrido. Más info en Metafilter:http://www.metafilter.com/mefi/42906
Menudo cabrón, lo malo es que seguro que hay muchos más como él.
Claro, tienes razón, no sabía que estaba directamente vinculado el blog con la compañía, creí que era simplemente un punto de vista personal (aunque muy poco respetable).Yo seguiré sin comprarle dominios :)
Yes, Goddady DOES suck-big time.I am a life & career expert and I also write an ezine on beauty/fashion/travel/relationship/and general issues on a bi-monthly basis. I send it free of charge to subscribers. NO one just gets a copy without asking for it. If you want to get it you must specifically request it: http://www.advicesisters.net/thankyou.htmlThis week, I also decided to use the latest version of the zine as a "writing sample, " since I am a freelance writer as well as a life & career expert, and I am always looking for online and print writing and editing jobs. I also sent it to a few fashion designers and their publicists since I am registered as press for Olympus Fashion Week but some may not know me, and the writing samples shows them the type of coverage they can expect.In the 13+ years I've been working online, I have occasionally sent writing samples of various types to people who might possibly be interested in my work, always with a personally-generated note attached and assuring them that they were not on any lists unless they wanted to be. Until yesterday, I didn't believe that this would be considered as "spam."Apparently, I was wrong.After I sent a note an this ezine writing sample to someone as an introduction, apparently that person was either having a bad day or decided to make sure I had one. They had enough extra time on their hands to report me to my service provider (Godaddy) as a spammer.Goddady immediately sent me a threatening email demanding "proof" that I wasn't a spammer. I told them the situation, gave them the information they demanded, and I thought that would be the end of it.It wasn't.Over the course of the day, after receiving three increasingly threatening emails (with no name or contact information on them) demanding this thing or that thing (which I dutifully provided, immediately), I assumed they would realize that I didn't spam anyone and that would be the end of it.It wasn't.I awakened on Thursday morning early to find a curt email informing me that Godaddy had considered the matter and that (according to them) I was definitely a spammer. Futhermore, they had swiftly already pulled my web site, my domain, my blog, my forums, my email and everything else that I do electronically for the Advice Sisters. However, despite their supposed tough stance of spammer, for an "abuse fee" of $199 they would re-instate everything. Apprently, money washes a spammers "sins" (large or small) and you can use a credit card.I spent nearly two hours (long distance, at my expense) on the phone with both the abuse manager and his supervisor (and I'd give you their names but who knows if I would be violating some other abuse policy-- I still can't find it on their web site). During two of the most frustrating conversations I have ever had with strangers, I tried to convince them that I wasn't a spammer and asked specifically how my email was a "violation" worthy of the expense and choas they had caused me.Here is what I did wrong:According to Godaddy.com (my service provider), the fact that I sent even ONE EMAIL to ONE PERSON that was unsolicited, makes me a spammer. When I suggested that people send letters all the time to strangers for this thing or that, they said that the only "safe" way to send email is to ask for permission first, to actaully send an email!!! When I countered that on a daily basis this was impractical, that anyone could still claim I had spammed them just to hurt me or because they were having a bad day, and that under their guidelines even the permission email could also be considered as spam and reported as such (for which I would be "punished" again), they simply said I should get an opt-in program and use it for every single contact I ever get from now on, and that I could either pay $199 immediately on my credit card, or move my site elsewhere. No amount of logic could get them to change their mind. I was charged guilty with no chance of proving myself innocent. These guys were just out to get my $199 and "teach me a lesson."Well, I had just re-done major parts of my website, my blog, the forums, I published an Ezine, and of course, I'm waiting for invites for Fashion Week through my email, so I had no choice but to pay.But---that's not the end of the story.After I DID pay, the site wasn't immediately re-instated and countless people now assume the advicesisters doesn't work and that my email address is incorrect. I spent another 1 1/2 hours long distance on the phone (at my expense and until my my phone ran out of batteries and cut me off) trying to figure out why the site wasn't back up (which it wasn't, until Friday morning).This has cost me a great deal in money, time and anxiety. I dislike spam as much as the next person, and I appreciate the fact that some service providers are "tough" on spam, but Godaddy has been just ridiculous! There is a difference between someone who sends millions of emails to lists of people they do not know, or obscene mail, and someone like me, who innocently sent a personal note with an ezine to someone I thought might want to see it and apparently, didn't. I am amazed that Godaddy.com wouldn't allow for the difference. I told them that I was going to let everyone know of my experience and the manager's response was "GREAT! tell them so they know we are tough on crime."Me, a criminal? I have never even gotten a ticket!Had I not just signed up with them for another couple of years of domain registration and if they weren't tied into everything I do online, I'd ditch them in a second. For now, all I can do is to tell my tale to all of you and urge you to check your service provider's spam policy--if you write anything, legit or not, the same thing could happen to you.By the way, it took them hours to re-instate the web site that they took down without even 24-hours warning, and then it took several days to re-proppogate on the net. I lost critical emails and incalculable readers (not to mention my credibility since I had just directed over 1,000 to a web site that they couldn't see). It also cost me more than $25.00 in long distance charges--for calls that were totally useless since the abuse people wouldn't listen to one thing I said.
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