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Re: Pentium III-only sites coming

From: David Meadows <david@heroes.force9.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 4 Mar 1999 06:08:42 -0000
Message-ID: <005201be6606$516a23e0$4201a8c0@astra>
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Lovey@aol.com <Lovey@aol.com> wrote:

[snip]
>...the common goal is to usher owners of a Pentium III into special pages
>where content such as streaming media, 3D interfaces and animation have
been
>peak-tuned to suit Intel's latest powerhouse processor.


I don't understand the value of this. How can content be "peak-tuned to suit
Intel's latest powerhouse processor" unless they also supply every Pentium
III user with a T3 (or similar) link to the Internet? Isn't the type of
computer actually the least important factor in how a web page is viewed?

Is it just me, or does everybody else also think this is stupid?


--
David Meadows [ Technical Writer | Information Developer ]
DNRC Minister for Littorasy * david@heroes.force9.co.uk

"If you are worried that your children are going to read
 low-quality information, teach them. Teach them what to read.
 Teach them how to judge information."   -- Tim Berners-Lee
Received on Thursday, 4 March 1999 01:17:53 GMT

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