You guys seem to be hosting out of some company in Colorado? I get some nutty routing to there from down here in Austin.
I expected it to route via QWest but it went through some AT&T routing nightmare. At least, it did from here. I was coming from a TWTC network and they do peer with QWest.

The site came up okay from here though, and looks very cool.

And thanks for the tip on QCTerm- it is definitely a nice piece of work.


-Paul


On Thursday, October 02, 2008, at 01:24PM, "Wirt Atmar" wrote:
>John Dunlop wrote:
>
>> You really should try and get a good night's sleep! )
>>
>> As it happens, what you did for the Firefox (3.0) browser worked a treat.
>>
>> It loaded very swiftly and displayed the movie almost immediately.
>>
>> It ran through the whole way ok.

>
>Let me apologize for being so long getting back to you. I spent the whole day
>yesterday speaking the Qwest and Verio, my ISP and webhosting
>organizations.
>
>It wound up that the "rattiness" in the network connections that I was
>speaking about was due to server congestion, and yesterday, for much of the
>day, it got to the point of making the webpage unusable.
>
>That congestion should be completely clear now. In fact, the server works
>better than ever now. If you want, try:
>
> http://aics-research.com/newtest/iya/iya.html
>
>
>
>> Just one little nitpick, the pictures in the middle with blank white frames
>> in between hardly showed. They went from white blank screen to white
>> blank screen with only a very brief showing of the frames in between. If
>> I hadn't been checking the frames against the pictures below, I would
>> have missed these ones.

>
>Those white, intermediate frames are only meant to be 1/2 second each in
>length. They're there to simulate a shutter click and are timed to the music.
>It's the kind of thing that we artsy-craftsy types do.
>
>Wirt Atmar
>
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