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Subject: UKNM: Fast loading, blah! etc.
From: John Braithwaite
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 18:14:02 +0100

Paul Murphy wrote:
> ultimately the responsibility for fast downloads *HAS* to reside with the
> website owners, putting up another crappy bloated site about some dreadful
> product isn't doing the world any favours whatever the designer/producer
> might think.

and then Ian Fenn wrote:
At a creative level I'd have more of a problem with a crappy bloated
site for a great product or a great site for a dreadful product.
Technically, I'd agree with you - crappy bloated sites use more
bandwidth... which slows down access to other sites ultimately.

John Braithwaite suggests:

No site has an excuse to be crappy and bloated. Even the ones that offer
lashings of Flash or Video images should give the user the option (and
warning) of weight of information that will be transmitted (it's only
reasonable and fair!): Give me a good reason why a site can be bloated and
I'll give you a site that no-one goes to.

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  Re: UKNM: Fast loading, blah! etc., Ian Fenn

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