Man, I didn't realize sigs had some standard imposed by a governing body to be fewer than five words. After all, they just take up so much bandwidth.
 
Thanks for your reply.
 
 
Malcolm Lawrence
Editor-in-Chief
Babel: The multilingual, multicultural
online journal and community of arts and ideas.
http://www.towerofbabel.com
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Babel reminds you that the conspiracies and machinations of a ruling elite are as old as mankind. The rules for implementing and sustaining the power structure are ancient and have not changed. The basic rules used against us are: 1) Keep the people in fear of losing their protection from unspeakable evils; 2) Keep the people afraid of each other by accentuating the ridiculously reactionary and seemingly pejorative differences between race, class, gender, sexual orientation, age, language, culture, or whatever other differences can be manipulated to help divide people rather than unite them; 3) Create conflict so that the powers that govern can be seen to solve the conflict, thus keeping people submissive; 4) Isolate and destroy any independent thinkers; and 5) Always deny the truth.
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----- Original Message -----
From: Shane
To: Malcolm Lawrence
Cc: slashcode-general@lists.sourceforge.net
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2003 5:11 AM
Subject: Re: [Slashcode-general] Which ISPs support slashcode?


On Dec 7, 2003, at 11:12 PM, Malcolm Lawrence wrote:

My current ISP (Speakeasy) uses perl, mod_perl, Linux and Apache but they refuse to support slashcode because of having to deal with the backend stuff. Suffice it to say that I'm trying to change ISPs now and am having a hard time finding an ISP which does support slashcode. My question is which ISPs are you using, those of you who are using slashcode on your sites?


Man, you need to trim your .sig. The message you posteed was nearly smaller then it!

Anyway, take a look at slashcode.com . There's many threads on there asking about hosting, and most people who host have piped up in most of the threads. That'll give you a good list to start viewing potential ISP's.

Shane