Disgruntled Webmasters Ring

You're probably wondering what makes a Disgruntled Webmaster, that is, unless you yourself are one, in which case you know the feeling quite well. If not, ask yourself the following questions...

Now, doesn't that just piss you off?

If so, you probably qualify as one of the proud, the few, the Disgruntled Webmasters. If you've ever known exactly what the postal workers feel like, join now. If you've ever felt like just pulling out your trusty Colt .45 and taking some aggressions out on the nearest NT server, join now!  If you've had it up to here with Big Business holding its ever-censorious hand against your mouth, servers that crash and go down every hour on the hour, threats, flames, spams, abysmal technical support, idiots with email accounts and a lot to say, and hosts that just don't give a damn...

My friend, this webring is for you.

Enough talk, here is the signup sheet...

Join the Disgruntled Webmasters Ring

Owner's Name:
Site Title:
Site URL:
Password: Please choose a password. (Don't forget it!!) 
Keywords: Enter up to 20 keywords to describe your site. 
Description: Enter a short description of your site. 

And now, Disgruntled Webmaster, here is your badge of honor...

(Pick one out from this pile here)

(Webring fragment using disgrnt1.jpg)

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(Here is your Webringing Code Fragment. Stick it somewhere on your site; display it with proudly and with honor, Disgruntled Webmaster.)

<CENTER><A HREF="http://www.netcom.com/~bgip/disgrunt.htm"><IMG SRC="IMAGENAME" ALT="Disgruntled Webmasters Ring" BORDER=0></A><BR>
  <A HREF="http://www.webring.org/cgi-bin/webring?ring=disgruntled&id=SITE_ID&prev">Previous</A>&nbsp;
| <A HREF="http://www.webring.org/cgi-bin/webring?ring=disgruntled&home">Join</A>&nbsp;
| <A HREF="http://www.webring.org/cgi-bin/webring?ring=disgruntled&id=SITE_ID&list">List</A>&nbsp;
| <A HREF="http://www.webring.org/cgi-bin/webring?ring=disgruntled&id=SITE_ID&random">Random</A>&nbsp;
| <A HREF="http://www.webring.org/cgi-bin/webring?ring=disgruntled&id=SITE_ID&next">Next</A>


When you have submitted your site, you will get an email telling you your SITE ID. Change all occurences of SITE_ID in this code fragment to the ID in the email you receive (use your text editor's find/replace, if you want), and change IMAGENAME to the filename of the graphic you're using--the filenames are listed above the graphics above. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT! If the SITE_ID is not changed, your webring code fragment will be defective (won't work properly) and I can't add you to the ring, so be sure to make the necessary change. Since this site's always on the run, I'd highly recommend saving the graphics and uploading them to your own site (as opposed to linking to mine). Otherwise, you'll end up with a 'broken' graphic if/when this site next moves, and then your ring fragment will look pretty ugly.

Now, Disgruntled Webmaster, you have proudly joined the ranks of the Disgruntled Webmasters Ring and added your ring fragment to your page. Now what? Just sit back and wait. I check for new additions on occasion (if I'm lucky, I get an email everytime someone submits a site) and will add it as soon as the code is there (Webring.org's rule, not mine). If you don't get added within a week of posting the code, email me and bug me about it, because I've probably forgotten (sorry!). If you still don't get added, it's probably because I'm dead (or GeoCities has managed to get me locked away in a dungeon somewhere), and not because of anything on your site or your age, gender, religion etc. This is a totally uncensored ring, and no sites will be excluded for their content. As long as the ring fragment is there, any site and any Disgruntled Webmaster can join. (As it should be! Limits are for the limited.)

Side note: For obvious reasons, all early joiners of the GeoCensored Web Ring  (all of whose sites were ordered removed by GeoCities in retaliation for joining) are more than eligible to join in on the fun. Come on, I know you're disgruntled!

GeoCities is a trademark of GeoCities Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective holders. That dungeon thing could really happen, trust me. Please see disclaimers if you're a lawyer and/or really, really bored.