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 01-27-2004, 13:51 Post: 75212
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 Updated Kubota Website

I just noticed this today. Maybe you have already seen it. It is about time Kubota has updated their website. Take a look around; lots of new and updated info.






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 01-27-2004, 18:11 Post: 75243
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Make sure you have a T-1 line or allot of time. I'm running a 233MZ unit and a dialup, it took me days to get the sight up? Not sure this is a good thing?






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 01-27-2004, 20:48 Post: 75253
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I was like that once and it took days to do much of anything on line, they were not bad for processing internal stuff.






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 01-27-2004, 23:17 Post: 75264
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Deere's site is slow on dial-up too. Watching the pages draw shows lots of inefficiencies in their web design. Whenever a pop-up window opens the entire base window is refreshed before the pop-up window is rendered. Very dumb. I emailed their customer service to complain about the slow web performance and quickly got several responses back from different people telling me that "they hired the best people in the business to design their web site" and that "nobody else using dial-up is complaining". Seems their pretty proud of their web site, but that doesn't make it useful to me without a six-pack and lots of time to burn. It is full-featured though.






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 01-28-2004, 07:02 Post: 75271
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Some times I wonder that in thios great information age and the amount of it available at the finger tips that we don't get spoiled a little!






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 01-28-2004, 08:43 Post: 75285
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It is often disturbing but when you build someting normally you build for tommorrow, not today or yesterday. We all get left out from time to time.






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 01-28-2004, 09:36 Post: 75291
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In Deere's case I would bet that most of their customers live in rural areas. Since rural areas are the least likely to have high speed internet access one might think this would have been a design criteria. Besides, it's ALWAYS bad design to burn cycles needlessly.






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 01-28-2004, 10:25 Post: 75296
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Amen Ken.
Just for kicks, I cleared all caches and reloaded myYahoo:
42,817 bytes.
To bring up the Kubota site:
479,641 bytes.
and to get to where I can look at Grand L models:
1,343,032 bytes.
Then I get a message I need a newer Macromedia Flash upgrade!

HTML is THE Web programming language. If companies were as concerned with content more than presentation those of us looking for information (as something that clarifies and/or educates, not just a stream of bits) would find the Web more useful.
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The dial up is becoming slower and slower and I think it's designed that way so high speed access sales is bound rise.






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All well and good for the urban dweller, but out here in the boonies we don't even get cable. Unfortunately, when Ma Bell was broken up, it seems any enforcement of the 'universal access' clauses was eliminated. All these newer cable and telcom providers maximize profits, and that means NOT stringing lines to sparsely-populated areas.
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