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Good read! I would guess the majority of the world runs on slow, if not painfully slow, internet. I just hope there's a version published for software and game devs. Not everyone upgrades their computers, because they simply can't afford to.
I just hope there's a version published for software and game devs. Not everyone upgrades their computers, because they simply can't afford to.
Wow. That article felt as if I was reading an account of what browsing the internet was like 10-15 years ago. Back in the ages of dial-up and AOL chat rooms, and black and white macintosh computers.
I actually came to hubski for this very reason while I lived in Alaska. It was fast and while there were some annoying javascrpt cruft it mostly loaded faster and could still be read in elinks over a shared satellite connection