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Mar 03, 2003 4:30 am re: Relying on third party services
Terry Frazier
The comments thing is kind of a bugger. I went to the trouble (and expense) of having my blog hosted at a Manila hosting company just so I could control my own comments. It's still slow whenever they have bandwidth probs, and it's really irritating when it keeps the rest of the page from loading. I don't know how to stop that except to kill the comment function. I might. I haven't used blogrolling.com and that's one reason -- I don't want to depend on a "free" web service as a priamry source. Kind of like allconsuming.net -- I happily contribute to it because it's a cool service with benes for me, but I wouldn't rely on it as the only place to catalog my book collection. Until Eric has an interface to Readerware I'll just be putting random books into AllConsuming. > Frank Patrick wrote: >

>For the last couple weeks, it was Haloscan commenting. >

>Today it's Blogrolling.com. >

>When widely used outside services have problems, the whole blogging scene bogs down, as blogs stop loading for minutes while trying to access the outside servers. >

>Frustrating. >

>Are there any template tricks (I use Blogger), to accelerate past such problems...any way to "time out" attempts to access the outside services and move on to render the rest of the page? >

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