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  • Joe
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Check your website
Check the availability and speed of your web site from different locations around the world.

Check Website Performance from Multiple Locations Around the World
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Re: Check your website
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     Vaguely on-topic...  :undecided:  ...tripped over this in Aussie Popular Science. Great little rundown on how the physical 'net is maintained.


     'Net maintainance

    
     I'm still gobsmacked by the engineering and the way that infrastructure was built in the first place. And how much we now depend on it. 

     There's also a URL Tracker...bit o' fun.    URL Tracker

Try a "Proxy Trace"...     :cool:
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Cool
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Re: Check your website
Reply #3

     Vaguely on-topic...  :undecided:  ...tripped over this in Aussie Popular Science. Great little rundown on how the physical 'net is maintained.


     'Net maintainance

    
     I'm still gobsmacked by the engineering and the way that infrastructure was built in the first place. And how much we now depend on it. 

     There's also a URL Tracker...bit o' fun.    URL Tracker

Try a "Proxy Trace"...     :cool:


That was fascinating. :cool:
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