Re: Survey or poll on Internet dislikes
- From: Neredbojias <http://www.neredbojias.com/fliam.php?cat=alt.html>
- Date: Mon, 01 May 2006 23:27:05 -0400
To further the education of mankind, "Alan J. Flavell"
There are times when one would *like* to pay attention to an animated
presentation, voluntarily and at one's own convenience. But when it's
fed-in unsolicited, it's nothing better than a distracting nuisance,
preventing the user from concentrating on the information that they
are looking for (and without which, they're unlikely to buy the
product...). Strange how many companies seem determined to shoot
themselves in the foot in this way (and kind-of preverse, really, that
we users go to such trouble to save them from themselves, instead of
just leaving their site and resolving never to return.)
I was at some movie image/poster site just last night (via Google.) Stuff
flashing and blinking and moving all over the place... Not only did this
make me _anxious_ to leave, but downloading the junk also greatly inhibited
the downloading of the content, which made me want to leave even more. I
guess I lasted about 30 seconds - maybe.
Infinity has its limits.
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