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Re: decreased caching efficiency?
[ On Friday, October 20, 2000 at 12:43:51 (-0400), Dana Hudes wrote: ] > Subject: Re: decreased caching efficiency? > > Neither is being an ISP a guarantee of revenue. Not if you're an idiot and can't measure input vs. output and figure out how to charge more for what you deliver than what you buy from your upstream, no; but if not well then you've got to work pretty hard *not* to have good revenue, if not a profit too! > I have a guarantee that if an ad displays my account is credited. > Its contractual. Not even electronic contract, paper executed by both parties. Cool. Good for you. Now you need to learn just how to make sure that you can count those display events. I suspect your attitude is doing more to prevent this possiblity than to ensure it. Are you really sure you want to be turning people away from the content that they've sought out just because your banner advert spam blocks the content until it's displayed? Eg. if your medium were print would you really want all of the other pages in the publication to appear blank before your advert was viewed? Get Real! You'd be laughed out of town forever! This is a stupid discussion, and not suitable for NANOG. Please take it elsewhere! -- Greg A. Woods +1 416 218-0098 VE3TCP <[email protected]> <robohack!woods> Planix, Inc. <[email protected]>; Secrets of the Weird <[email protected]>