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I tried going to http://www.stockchase.com which is a text only website dealing with the stock market.
After waiting in queue for a minute or two, I was shown a blank screen with a count down in the corner. Assuming the countdown was letting me know how the processing was going I waited until it reached 0. At which point it said that time was up.
Tried a secondtime, and it timed out before showing me the blank screen.
I thought browing a text website would be really easy.
Same here... I waited quite a bit, and was trying to go to http://blackfriday.com
When it was my turn I got a waiting "robot" screen then blank grey screen. I tried changing using different browsers, but it was really unresponsive to my clicks. My time was up after tying to try three browsers (safari, opera, ie8) and I had only seen a big grey box for each.
I hope you guys can resolve your issues because it looks like this would be extremely useful.
Yes this was the issue I had to.
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