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Re: Keynote/Boardwatch Results
From: Jesse Caulfield <jesse () netthink com>
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 1997 00:01:46 -0400 (EDT)
Grumble. This is really starting to grate.
Wasn't the point of this ~study to find the best value for your dollar
when buying leased lines? What exactly does putting web servers in your
pop have to do with backbone performance. Furthermore, exactly how would
you economically scale and support such a spaghetti operation?
It seems to me the unintended goal of the study was to find access
providers on whose networks web sites have a snappier "user experience".
Am I the only one here who see this as measuring apples to judge oranges?
Will someone please point me to the scientific method being used here,
'cause I sure as hell can't see it.
On Wed, 9 Jul 1997, Jack Rickard wrote:
"Cheating" is of course encouraged. This isn't an academic test at your
local university. We're all out of school now. If you can figure out a way
Re: Keynote/Boardwatch Results Eric Germann (Jul 09)
- Re: Keynote/Boardwatch Results, (continued)
- Re: Keynote/Boardwatch Results Jesse Caulfield (Jul 10)