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Youtube cannot handle the traffic?

Is it just me or is youtube.com facing the brunt of having too much traffic? Lately, loading of online videos on youtube.com have been slow. For me, at least. Furthermore, when I try out other online video websites like www.veoh.com, www.videos.google.com, www.videos.yahoo.com, and even www.metacafe.com loads a little bit faster.

For those who are not sure why, this is how things work. Whenever you log into the website and start loading stuff from the website (like in this instance, watching the videos) it uses up something we call bandwidth. The more people accessing the site, the more bandwidth is needed. I don’t know how much www.youtube.com have invested in that area but maybe, I am only speculating here, they’re feeling the weight of the traffic now? For a website so intensively promoted, the team of people behind this online video web giant should make sure the quality of service is maintained. I know they’re facing lawsuits and all that but…..

Sometimes, halfway loading of the video, it times out on me and it leaves me feeling like I’ve wasted my time waiting for the video to load. OK, so, the internet service here is a little slow and that’s not their fault.

Anyway, just wondering if anyone else is feeling that, perhaps, like all other giant websites out there on the web, it’s time for www.youtube.com to be taken over by smaller but more efficient online video websites now?

Hhhhmmmm……

Comments

Jamie said…
I am facing the same probas well cuz....not only youtube is slow in loading, blogspot also damn kau slow....shit!!
marsha said…
oh ya kah? then it's streamyx prob, izinit? i thot only my side here got prob with youtube or youtube time to tah-pow
Jamie said…
youtube cannot tahpow until I upload some scandalous shit that has been going on in my project site....will give you the link when that has been done...kekekkeke...I will rot in hell for this...

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