January 14, 2007

Web black holes

Reporters without boundaries(RSF) ,a human rights organization has been releasing ,yearly,the list of countries whose governments impose rules on browsing the web.

Belarus, Burma, China ,Cuba, Egypt, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Siria, Tunisia, Turkemenisthan , Uzbekisthan ,Vietnam have been listed in the new one. Nepal, Maldives and Libia which found their places in the list last year were out this time-owing to improved conditions.

Surprisingly, the results were based on a 24-hour voting system.

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Gone in 4 seconds

Some one opens your website/weblog in a browser’s window,it takes some time for him/her to get a complete view of the site.But if it doesn’t upload in time, there are highest chances of losing your viewer just because your viewer’s impatience grows…..

To know more about how much time people wait for a site/blog to upload ,an American organization held a survey online.In this,a massive 75% wouldn’t wait longer than 4 seconds for the site to upload.They prefer to move away from a website ,if it takes any longer.But still remember-people stay at your site only if it is attractive enough.

So at this time.I would ask how my blog looks to u?.