"Chris Lewis" <clewis(_at_)nortel(_dot_)com> wrote:
When you're the size of AOL, .1 bits of information per button press
still yields a lot of useful data.
Even when you're the size of us (almost _exactly_ 1000 times smaller in
all numbers), it's still quite useful information.
And your average user probably has 1000 times as much clue, so it
It's not a matter of balancing, it's a matter of "we're still big
enough" for the information to be useful.
I wouldn't count on "more clue". The typical AOL user is on AOL because
they _want_ to be. Whereas many of ours are only on here because they
_have_ to be, and aren't necessarily any more savvy.
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