Speedy connections (was Re: Loss of suppliers)

Dennis Kramb dkramb@badbear.com
Sun, 19 Sep 2010 11:00:43 PDT
My web browser (Firefox) has an option to disable the automatic loading of
pictures.  So that makes visiting a JPG intense website like Glasshouse
Works actually really easy and fast.  I can just search for whatever I want,
Gesneriads, Orchids, Irids, Passilforas, etc.  And not be bogged down with a
slow connection.

So even the slow-connection argument has a work-around.  Oh, and I
DEFINITELY turn off Javascript.  That annoys the hell out of me on most
sites!  icanhascheezburger loads about 10x faster without javascript
enabled.  And it makes LOLing at those kyooot kittehs much moar eazyur.

Dennis in Cincinnati (who just discovered scale living on my Eucharis...

On Sun, Sep 19, 2010 at 1:39 PM, Ellen Hornig <hornig@earthlink.net> wrote:

> One more thought: adding a photo-free pdf to the website is actually
> tedious and time-consuming, and if it's to be of any use it needs to be
> updated extremely frequently as things sell out.  The question for the
> seller would be whether the additional resources required to maintain the
> up-to-date pdf would be more than offset by increased sales.  I rather doubt
> they would.

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