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Subject: RE: FLASH: ANNC: Flash 5 ActionScript seminars in NYC, Chicago, SF
From: Michael Earley
Date: Sun, 29 Oct 2000 01:29:41 GMT

JGL... yes it was very clear... what my comment was aimed at was not the
fact that after someone forks out 900 they may have access to your site for
6 months.

I was trying to say without bashing your site (http://www.flash5u.com) that,
you have put yourself and your company out as experts in Flash. I would
think that you would take more time to create a website devoted to flash, to
show your expertise. I am admittedly a novice in flash. But I could design a
better site in about three minutes. I know that everyone does not agree if a
intro is needed on every site, but I would think a site devoted to the
development of flash skills would show the talent and ingenuity of those who
put themselves out to the world as experts.

Your home page shows only the basic design skills with 3 rollover buttons
and even the graphics on those are very week. The guest link leads to
nowhere. Excuse me I am wrong, it does link to a blank page. Perhaps your
designers should monitor this forum or better yet they should monitor a
dream weaver forum.

If I was really in the bashing mood I would say they should monitor a
frontpage forum but if they used FP their links would probably be working as
it is a automatic function.

Flash 5 University???? Sorry your site (admittedly I have not seen the
inside) based on your portal gets a failing grade...

I think I will pass on the seminar
again, thanks but no thanks
Michael


>From: "JGL" <infoatdesignthenet [dot] com>
>Reply-To: flasheratchinwag [dot] com
>To: <flasheratchinwag [dot] com>
>Subject: RE: FLASH: ANNC: Flash 5 ActionScript seminars in NYC, Chicago, SF
>Date: Sat, 28 Oct 2000 14:40:37 -0400
>
><snip>
>will receive a free six month subscription to the Flash 5 University
>(FLASH5U.COM) website which is only available to the general public through
>paid subscription access.
></snip>
>
>*only available to the general public through paid subscription access*
>
>Seems pretty clear to me, Michael . . .
>
>jgl
>
>-----Original Message-----
>I followed your links.. looked at (FLASH5U.COM)
>http://www.flash5u.com/media/flash/guests.html
>guest page was blank or did not work... boy I cannot wait to sign up for
>your seminars and develop web content following your examples.
>
>thanks but no thanks
>michael
>
> >From: "Terry R. Schussler" <terryattrevimedia [dot] com>
> >Reply-To: flasheratchinwag [dot] com
> >To: flasheratchinwag [dot] com
> >Subject: Re: FLASH: ANNC: Flash 5 ActionScript seminars in NYC, Chicago,
>SF
> >Date: Sat, 28 Oct 2000 09:26:14 -0700
> >
> >At 8:42 PM -0400 10/27/00, DRMRLPLSataol [dot] com wrote:
> > >Terry,
> > >
> > >Can you give us a little more info on how the seminar is structured.
>The
> >web
> > >site only says lecture format. That doesn't sound like there's any
>hands
> >on
> > >at all. How does the seminar work? It sounds like a bit of money just
> >to
> > >just sit and listen to someone talk about Flash for a day. I'm very
> > >interested in the seminar, but I'd like some more info. I've also
>called
> > >them up on the phone and they knew less than I did.
> >
> >Andrew:
> >
> >I've been teaching lecture format seminars for about 8 years. I find
>that
> >it is a more effective method for delivering information to experienced
> >developers. Hands-on training is usually better suited to introductory
> >level training in my opinion.
> >
> >We have posted a detailed agenda at http://www.macromedia.com/go/flts
> >(click on the Agenda button) or at
>http://www.macromediaseminars.com/flash/
> >(click on the Details button). On the latter website, you will find more
> >details about how we develop our curriculum and our background as
>trainers.
> >The curriculum is similar to what we have been providing to Macromedia's
> >technical support staff.
> >
> >Following the seminar, attendees will receive extended support for six
> >months directly from Trevi Media. This allows you to ask follow up
> >questions and get additional training materials that we produce.
> >
> >If you have specific questions about the curriculum, please feel free to
> >email me directly offlist and I'll be happy to answer your questions.
> >
> >Regards,
> >
> >Terry
> >
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