And we had images even back in the dark ages of NCSA Mosaic. -- ook
Somebody's got to pay. Ad blockquoteare a horribly inefficient way to do so but what would be better?
Actually, I thought that the real reason why they split up pages was because early web browsers, running on dial-up modems, couldn't handle so much information at once.
It's weird how we retrofit our memory of history to match our current situation.
We run stories of 2,000, 4,000, even 6,000 words, and to run that much text down a single page can daunt and depress a reader.
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