Date: Sun, 01 Sep 2002 21:44:49 GMT
From: "Brett" <bcsalnopsamrose.com>
Subject: Re: Saab Pictures anybody


Andrew. Thanks for the explanation. Will not re-post pictures. I thought it was alright to do as I had seen car pictures on this newsgroup b4. Was unaware of the binaries thing. Sorry everybody! Cheers Brett (To be honest though I would have thought if it was such a bad thing to do, technology would have prevented it from being posted at all?!) Good job I made the jpg as small as I could. Could you imagine how upset Dave Hinz would have been then?? :)) "Andrew Stephenson" <amesnopsamrak.demon.co.uk> wrote in message news:1030839599snznopsamrak.demon.co.uk... > In article <3v9c9.317771$m91.13005870nopsam.nnrp.aus1.giganews.com> > bcsalnopsamrose.com "Brett" writes: > > > You cannot post pictures on regular newsgroups. Why not. There > > are loads of pictures on newsgroups. [...] > > Oh, you can probably perform the action of posting pictures to a > regular newsgroup. But several things can then happen: > > a) nothing but praise & admiration for you -- not very likely; > > b) you get yelled at by lots of people and the conversation goes > downhill from there; > > c) people complain to your ISP and you get mega-grief from them; > > d) your ISP catches your posting and kills it, so it nevers gets > out onto the Net -- happens more now than it used to but does > depend on your ISP being responsible and technically savvy; > > and/or > > e) other ISPs detect the binary content in a non-binary NG's post > and delete the posting entirely -- happens a lot now. > > I may have missed a few options. Most are not happy ones from > your POV. The other guys have been lucky; or maybe you never > heard the full story of what happened to them. Take a tip and > try other methods of passing pictures around. Eg, by all means > post URLs of web pages or ftp sites carrying them. > -- > Andrew Stephenson > >

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