|Q: How do I contact you folks?
A: You can e-mail us at the strip along the bottom of each page of this site (mail@WindhamNY.com), or you can call us toll-free at 1-888-WINDHAM. You can also fax to us at 518-734-6588.
Q.: How can my company advertise on this website?
A: Just call us on the phone, or e-mail or fax us, for tips about on getting your information and/or business onto the World Wide Web.
A: Just call us, fax us, or send us e-mail, advising us of what you want to sell. Call us at 1-888-WINDHAM, and we'll be happy to answer your questions.
Q: I have information that I feel would be useful to the visitors to this site. How can I get this information to you?
A: Just call us, fax us, or send us e-mail, and let us know what information you need to get out. Call us at 1-888-WINDHAM, and we'll be happy to answer your questions.
Q: If my club or community organization is conducting a function or holding a meeting, how can I have it advertised on this site?
A: Call us at 1-888-WINDHAM, e-mail us, or fax us the information about the function or meeting, and we will be happy to include it in our calendar of events FREE.
Q: I notice that some pages in this website play music or sounds when I open them up. Why does it sound crackly, or not play correctly on my computer?
A: For complicated reasons, the problem probably stems from the Web browser that you're using. Older versions of both Microsoft's browser and Netscape's browser implement Java poorly, and that's probably the reason for the sound problems. To overcome the problem, you can either upgrade your browser for free (www.download.com), or just turn off the sound on your computer. You should also use Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer as your browser. And since these two browsers are free, what are you waiting for?!
Q.: Is there a mailing list I can join so that I can receive information on upcoming events?
A: Yes, there is. Just click on the e-mail button at the bottom of any page, and let us know that you're interested in our e-magazine "Mountain Voices." We'll happily e-mail it to you in midweek so that you, your friends, and your family can plan your weekend on the Mountain Top. We can also send brochures to you on activities that interest you.
Q: When I attempt to download certain files from this website, I am told that I need Adobe Acrobat®. What is that all about?
A: Acrobat is software that permits people with different computers and software to trade documents using a format that ends with ".pdf" (as in "document.pdf"). This suffix means "portable document format" and it can be translated with free software provided by the Adobe corporation. Visit their site to download the free Adobe Reader plug-in for Windows and Macintosh computers.
Q: Some of the videos will not play on my computer. What can I do to see the videos?
A: You probably don't have the correct "plug-in" installed in your computer. A plug-in is software (often free) that is added to your browser (Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer) that allows those browsers to view video, hear music, display certain animations, etc. Right now, if you are using relatively recent version of Navigator or Explorer, you probably have Quicktime installed., as it is included with those two browsers. The videos on this site employ Quicktime technology, and should play properly on your browser. If they do not, then you are using an outdated version of Quicktime. To download the newest version of Quicktime (presently version 4.0) for free, go to Apple's QuickTime download website. There, you'll be able to download software for Macintosh, Windows 3.1, 95, 98 and NT. Trust us, you'll be happy you did, as Quicktime 4.0 has been accepted as the international standard for internet video technology.