Re: Re: TB-L issue with links
Fri, 12 Sep 1997 09:19:14 -0400 (EDT)

In a message dated 9/11/97 10:01:24 AM, JRChang+@CMU.EDU wrote:

<<On Thu, 11 Sep 1997, Jay Thomas wrote:

> Ticketmaster is pissed at M$oft for putting a link to their site on a
> M$soft entertainment page. This, to me, seems utterly harmless, makes
> total sense, and would only serve to increase Ticketbastards revenues;

I believe they were upset because if you followed the link to the
Ticketmaster site, the Microsoft banner, navigation bar, ads, etc. were
still shown on the screen in another frame. This made it look like the
Ticketmaster site was some part of the Microsoft site.

Very old news, I'm sure, but I hadn't heard anything about the Ticketmaster
link being in a frame within the Microsoft Seattle Sidewalk City Guide.
Location for an old article about it is

But I agree with you, they don't charge enough already and their
bitching about a link? Anyone gone to a concert lately and bought tickets
through them? I think their upto something like $6 service charge including
mailing, etc. It's really expensive.