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The Herb Ritts Foundation Redesigns

July 15, 2005 - Press Releases

This month, The Herb Ritts Foundation redesigned to better promote their main two objectives: to continue Mr. Ritts’ longstanding support of HIV/AIDS research, and to support his great passion for photography and other forms of art.

Erik Asla, Ritts’ former photo assistant and creative consultant to The Herb Ritts Foundation, knew launching a site of this capacity would be a major undertaking. “The challenge was in finding a design/development firm that properly understood our vision as far as imagery, content and design was concerned,” said Asla. “I find too many web sites reflect the tools of the web designer rather than concentrate on the message and content of the web site owner.” It was important to find a firm with this understanding before beginning the redesign. “ERA404 got in touch with me and, as we discussed web design, we found each other to be on the same wavelength.”Read More

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ERA404 designs/develops food mag site for Instant Comma, Inc.

December 1, 2004 - Press Releases

NEW YORK CITY — On October 19, 2004, in time for the holiday season, ERA404 Creative Group, Inc., launched the Web presence for CHOW Magazine.

According to CHOW and Instant Comma, Inc., founder, Jane Goldman, CHOW is a a magazine “for people who love food, drink and fun—and think all three belong together.” The site, designed by ERA404 Designer Chris Whaites and developed by ERA404 Developer, Juliano Ghisi, features insight into current issues, subscription and gift options, as well as a fully automated shopping cart system.Read More

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Spam FAQ

June 24, 2002 - News Articles

The Wall Street Journal Online (By Stacy Forster)

Is unsolicited commercial e-mail, or spam, illegal?

There is no federal law against spam. Several states, including Washington and California, have strict laws prohibiting certain junk e-mail, and some individuals have won damages under anti-spam laws. Also, big Internet service providers, such as America Online, have sued to stop bulk e-mailers from sending spam through their networks, claiming the spammers are violating the terms of service by essentially stealing the Internet provider’s resources.Read More

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