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Subject: UKNM: RE: Fast loading etc.
From: John Braithwaite
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 13:17:17 +0100

John Braithwaite wrote:
> 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.

Then Ian Fenn wrote:
I think you miss my point...

All the best,

And finally, John says (without really wanting to start anything petty on
this list):
It wasn't necessarily directed just at your comment - all I was indicating
that a crappy, bloated site is unnecessary - regardless of what the content
/ product is. Your point is valid, although I would argue that there's no
point running with a dreadful product anyway (forget about spending money on
a site, spend it on R&D / Sourcing a better product).

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