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2014-Apr-01

The Web Performance Panacea Chart

Filed under: April Fool's — Tags: — leovasiliou @ 03:45 PM EST

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Hello! This Webtortoise post was written 2014-APR-01 01:41 PM ET.

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Hello, Everyone!  Am pleased to announce there is finally a Web Performance Panacea Chart we can all use in every data analysis situation!  The power of the Web Performance Panacea Chart can obviously be seen by just glancing at this example:

Web Performance Panacea Chart - 1

A few folks have stated their interest in having a “lights out” version of the same Web Performance Panacea Chart.  And so, after much work and development, I am pleased to offer THIS example:

Web Performance Panacea Chart - 2

So, to give an idea of when to use the Web Performance Panacea Chart, think of some of these use cases:

– I’d like to have a chart showing me when there is a problem on my site ;

– I’d like to have a chart showing the outside weather ; or

– I’d like to have a chart showing me the mood of my significant other .

As you can, the Web Performance Panacea Chart can show all of these!  What’s even more powerful, is the previous charts can be combined into a a super Web Performance Panacea Chart as shown below:

Web Performance Panacea Chart - 3

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#AprilFools

2012-Apr-01

Modulator Demodulator

Filed under: April Fool's — Tags: — leovasiliou @ 11:44 AM EST

Modulator Demodulator

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Hello!  This was written 2012-APR-01 at 11:33 AM ET.

To get a unique web performance measurement perspective, consider using modulator demodulators to measure the performance of your website.  The most familiar example might be those modulator demodulators used to transmit over Plain Old Telephone Service (“POTS”).

I’d recommend using a modulator demodulator capable of at least 56 kbit/s.  And, if you have an extra phone line, you could bond two modulator demodulators together for increased capability.

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_The following is optional reading material._

For additional information on modulator demodulators, consider some of these sources:

http://www.ask.com/web?q=What+is+April+Fools+day ;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/April_fools_day

# Modulator demodulator ; modem ; 56 kbit/s ; April Fools ; April 01

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