> Suberic.net does its job, without needless graphic clutter, and would be
> quite usable by a visually handicapped user.
your right, but so does Darklite, I personally MUCH prefer to Darklite to
suberic, who are both sites supposed to appeal to,
the same sort of people, I think not. If I am a the business site, and I see
Darklite, I am impressed, its a good site, it has allot of information, it
looks good and
it has allot of services. I also think getting boxes out of country is a
common trend, look at the price difference.
As for darklite not being an ISP, well just because they claim to be a
hosting company in Ireland, why should they have a damn national network.
They are Irish, they employ Irish people, profits go to Ireland, and its
targeted at Irish people, but the box is out of Ireland.
Today, think your starting your own hosting company, would you go inside
If your the business type, does 50ms ping time make a massive difference, IM
talking about targeted audiences here.
He is doing a good job, this site is getting at who needs to be gotten at,
well done Darklite.
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