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Subject: RE: UKNM: Fast-loading sites
From: Bunder, Leslie
Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 19:15:19 +0100

especially when people put in their meta key words names of their rivals!

Leslie Bunder
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> ----------
> From: Irakli West[SMTP:i [dot] westatsyzygy [dot] net]
> Sent: 13 October 1999 11:52
> To: 'uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com'
> Subject: RE: UKNM: Fast-loading sites
> On this note it would be interesting to see the share of web sites
> designed with hopelessly inflated HTML generated by consumer software (no names
> here !). I could well imagine Geocities or Tripod shrink substantially after a
> HTML 'cleanup'.
> Or how about limiting META keywords to 10 ?
> regards
> Irakli West
> Client Services
> Syzygy Ltd.
> +44 (0)207 598 9930
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ray Taylor [rayateyeconomy [dot] com (mailto:rayateyeconomy [dot] com)]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 1999 10:47 AM
> To: uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com
> Subject: Re: UKNM: Fast-loading sites
> Worth bearing in mind that it's not just a question of fast web servers.
> Most people using the Internet are getting slower and slower access as the
> number of dial-up users increases and the bottlenecks get worse. Faster
> web severs won't help much. Smaller and fewer gifs, less Java and more
> efficient and effective use of html, etc, will.
> Any services accessible on the internet should be programmed efficiently
> because there will always be bandwidth restrictions. This principle should
> in my view be written into the UN Convention on Human Rights. Greenpeace
> should take up the cause against bandwidth pollution.
> Disasters loom and nobody will care until they happen. Just like train
> crashes, ozone depletion and nuclear accidents. At some point within the
> next few years there will be a major catastrophe that could have been
> avoided had the net not been so clogged.
> And closer to home, 10% more efficient code, means 10% (maybe) less time
> wasted.
> Ray Taylor

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