I got the same thing a couple days ago. They have something nasty being served up from their ad network, I think.Eric got this last week:
I'm amazed to see that Eric also created folders on the left side of his bookmarks bar! Although I suspect that my sub-folder scheme inside those bookmark folders is probably more complex than what he has in his folders, he is one of only a few people that I've ever seen create folders on the bookmarks bar. Great minds think alike!^^^^ hmm................ I've always thought that the bookmark toolbar on a man's (or woman's) browser speaks volumes about the individual! And I also have a hypothesis about the importance of the subject matter to the individual and the relative position of the bookmark to the left-hand-side of the browser (for English speaking folk)!
I've not met either Eric, or Uwe (or, vreihen), and I know absolutely nothing of their personalities but comparing the two screenshots in the first post (and also vreihen's picture) is potentially instructive - perhaps ("Flyspray" versus "Slickdeals" versus "arduino"?)
I maaaaaaay have responded poorly to this. We'll see if I still have a VWVortex account later this week.
Couldn't blame you one bit.
"Commercial". They keep using that word. I don't think it means what they think it means.
Commercial law provides the rules that merchants and others involved in commerce must follow as they conduct business among themselves and with consumers. It governs the sales of goods and services, negotiable instruments, security interests, leases, principal and agent relationships, contracts of carriage, and much more. In a broad sense, commercial law also encompasses related issues like business bankruptcy and tax planning.
Because various legal issues may be included or excluded from the subject of commercial law depending upon how expansively it is defined, it may be more helpful to consider the matter in terms of timing. Commercial law covers legal issues that arise prior to the initiation of a lawsuit. By contrast, once a lawsuit is filed, the same issues are more properly characterized as litigation. Thus, commercial law attorneys help their clients negotiate and enter into business deals. Litigation attorneys help their clients defend their interests in court when deals go bad.