[sw-l] Embedding signs from PUDL inside email messages...
sw at PASSITONSERVICES.ORG
Mon Jul 12 23:48:33 UTC 2004
Hmm .... I have a good spam filter, but mine does not remove the images
for me. It was my mail program that blocked remote links to images. It
does not allow me to selectively apply it (i.e. allow SW List, but no
others), so I will just permit external images in general and see how
good my spam filter really is :).
Anyway, Valerie and Stephen, I was wondering if your dictionaries would
also be able to do a frequency count to provide additional information
as to how often specific symbols appear within the dictionary. That can
be helpful for various research functions. It can help us learn what
handshapes, movements, contacts, etc. seem to be more or less prominent
than others. With at least 3,000 entries and counting for ASL, that
might give us some interesting information from this sample set. I'm
sure other languages would be interested to see what their frequency
counts are like in comparison to ASL or each other.
Stephen Slevinski wrote:
> Your security settings may be set to exclude images. If you do not use a
> good spam filter this is useful because spammers sometimes use images to
> verify that an email address is active. View images in an email cannot harm
> your computer.
> If you receive a message with inline images and you trust the source, you
> should be able to override the security settings for that specific email.
> Yahoo uses a link at the end of each email... "Display images for this
> But using inline images requires HTML messages. Are we allowed to send HTML
> message to the new list?
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