On 29/10/2013 10:53 PM, Celejar wrote:
> On Tue, 29 Oct 2013 20:29:11 +1100
> Andrew McGlashan <email@example.com> wrote:
> RequestPolicy is good for that (in addition to the privacy advantage).
> I find that most websites need just one or two additional locations (a
> CDN, static image server, etc.) enabled to get usable, attractive
Yes, I use that and https://disconnect.me -- amongst other measures
>> pretty pictures and flash as well. There was a time when surfing on a
>> 512/128 connection was fine, but now you need much faster just for the
>> bloated webpages AND the CPU power to process all the scripts that you
>> almost always need at least some if not all to get a working webpage!
> That's a pretty serious exaggeration. YMMV, I suppose, but I find that
> most pages (excluding ones that require login, or involve a/v, etc.)
> have trouble with is comment systems.]
There is still way too much script bloatware.
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