duh...a blonde moment...forgive me....*shakes head in amazement* *sigh* It's been a long week.... Judith Joshua OIson put into words: >? We are only talking about the server's timezone. > >The point is not that the date specifically be encoded, the point is to >encode or pass something that is not likely to be "thought" of. The date >was convenient because it changes, so bookmarks will "expire". > >Anyways, Dan's point makes sense. If they want to break the system, so be >it, since it's not going to break anything important. The idea is to keep >honest people honest. > >However, if the TOS is to be legally binding, then we'd want to be *very* >sure they read it. Judith Taylor ICQ: 67460562 Freelance ColdFusion Developer - Athens, OH Friends don't let friends code before coffee.