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On Thursday 14 March 2002 06:52 am, SteveFJong -at- aol -dot- com wrote:
> To me, the general response "just say no" to animation (and sound) on a Web
> site appears reactionary.
Some might refer to it as a desire to concede that a lot of folks have a slow
connection. I have a high speed connection, but still some animations and
sounds slow the loading to a crawl. I refuse to wait for that idiocy to
download. How long owuld you wait for the "priviledge" of watching a
There are few situations in life that cannot be resolved
promptly, and to the satisfaction of all concerned,
by either suicide, a bag of gold, or thrusting a
despised antagonist over a precipice on a dark night.
Ernest Bramah (Kai Lung stories)
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