As a contrast (I did this for an IT class at UConn),, take a look
at the Tirerack.com site. Fast, attractive, and easy to use. And,
good service, too. Go figure. Maybe Oz should do the design for
the club. :^)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tyson D Sawyer" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, April 16, 2004 7:33 AM
Subject: Re: [evolution-disc.] Re: Hey, SCCA has a new website
> car22go wrote:
> > I will be positive and say the site is good. It requires a
current browser type like Internet
> > Explorer. Us former Netscape user are just stuck. The sites
I run the traffic shows over
> > 75% IE users.
> I'm actually surprised it isn't higher the 75%. However, is
> out most of 25%, when there is little to no reason for doing
so, a "good
> Is supporting the idea of a monopoly better than promoting
> supportable open standards for interoperability?
> Is a web site that is so bloated and inefficient that a dial-up
> can't access it a good idea?
> Someone mentioned the reason the site was so slow was that it
> getting hit hard. ...did that person consider that leaner web
> help the server as well as the dial-up user?
> Someone pointed out that we should be helpful instead of
critical and he
> was right. However, this site was clearly created by
> result is an advertisement rather than a useful and informative
> It's got all the toppings and spices, but lacks the beef.
> marketers took over I could get more information faster using a
> dial up than I can these days on a T1. That is NOT progress
and it is
> NOT good design.
> Tyson D Sawyer