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Monday, January 22, 2018

Comment loading speed.....

....has been fixed. ( which if you are a blog commenter, you have probably already noticed, and if you are just a non-participating lurker you might not have noticed. Oh and if you are the latter may I also add.......'bite me'? ) ;-)


Not when it comes to loading speeds! In fact in that instance the opposite is true.

So, on behalf of the paltry handful of bloggers from all over the world who persistently pestered  Blogger for a solution to the 'comment load lag time' issue on their "help" forum.........YOUR'E WELCOME!!!!!

(You can send me send me whatever tokens of your appreciation your hearts and budgets can manage. )


  


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    1. It took them a while, but the folks who went to the help forum to complain wouldn't give up and as the numbers of participants in the thread went up, the problem finally got fixed. (Although I STILL think they did a re-route of speed after the net neutrality decision thinking they could get away with it only to find that people weren't going to just accept the slower load time.)

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  2. hurray. yes. i noticed it this morning, but it's still a bit tardy sometimes, altho that could just be a less than great connection since i sometimes post from my fone.

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    1. Could be. Many of the participants in the complaint thread have admitted the problem seems to have been satisfactorily solved.

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  3. Oh net neutrality. I now trust the internet even less than before. So disgusted with that.

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    1. Yep. It will be interesting to see what comes of it as time goes on. It will be a good test case for the free market vs. regulation debate.

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