[thelist] Copying a site style is one thing, but...

martin.p.burns at uk.pwcglobal.com martin.p.burns at uk.pwcglobal.com
Fri Apr 5 06:29:01 CST 2002

Memo from Martin P Burns of PricewaterhouseCoopers

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Submit it to that Zeldman bloke. He tends to frown on such things, and
it'll get picked up, widely distributed and google-thumped from there.


Subject:    [thelist] Copying a site style is one thing, but...

So: a few people have chatted recently on thelist about CSS design
and the like. Now I've got a situation that's (imho) a hell of a lot worse.
local development company is laying claim to my team's work.

No, we didn't contract them to do some coding.
No, they weren't hired on some ancillary project directly by my client.
No, none of our employees have left my company and gone to theirs.

...so, I don't feel very good about these guys showing our hard work in
portfolio. Funny, they *somehow* launched *our* site five months before we

For a laugh, go see:

http://www.pinnica.com/html/protfolio.htm   [sic]

And you'll see the site we built for Lincoln on the middle-right of that
9-box thingy. Oddly, we've had Ford as a client for, uhh... 23 years now.

Anyone else ever come across something like this?

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