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If you are considering signing up for the BNB Low Volume Newsletter and want to see what
it looks like, or if you missed an issue- here they are.
- Issue 10: December 31, 2000:
Security issues, Happy New Year, and some cool stuff.
- Issue 9: March 4, 2000:
Frames and directing CGI output, clickless form navigator, privacy continued,
- Issue 8: February 6, 2000:
New BNBFORM script, tips on script security, malicious HTML...
- Issue 7: January 25, 2000:
New survey script, common script problems, shaking head over Y2K and the
economy, outgrowing one's virtual host.
- Issue 6: December 19, 1999:
Final Y2K thoughts, patents and such, text over image trick, and new material.
- Issue 5: October 10, 1999:
Where I've been, Y2K, ProFTPd, imagemaps, script capacity issues...
- Issue 4: August 10, 1999: More on not
fearing the Unix prompt, faster page loading using the HEIGHT and WIDTH parameters
of the IMG tag, and various MSIE/Netscapisms...
- Issue 3: June 26, 1999: Lots of info
on Paths & Permissions as well as on Secure Servers.
- Issue 2: June 9, 1999: Privacy statements,
about being nice, nested server side includes, dreams of bandwidth.
- Issue 1: May 13, 1999: Script security,
the favicon trick, AOL's inner workings sort of explained , site reorganization.
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