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Subject: Re: Loosemore's law (was UKNM: Fast-loading sites)
From: Paul Sanders
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 18:25:05 +0100

>poor but easy measure; put a reference to a 1x1 gif as the last element
>in the html on your page, count the number of requests to it, relative
>to the number of requests for the page itself.

Why not just count the number of sessions with just one request? Or compare
bytes served with the file sizes?

Won't tell you the value of the lost users though. We'll have to rely on
natural selection for that, assuming that for any given market at least one
team of monkeys can type the Compleat Workes.


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