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By scoggmeister
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Published: Nov 08 2013 / 11:05

A growing number of thought leaders in the Web performance and design communities are beginning to recognize the significance of what is being referred to as the ‘Slow Web’ — or the ‘Slow Web Movement’ — and it probably isn’t what you think. Modeled after the Slow Food movement of the 80s the Slow Web Movement is a similar reaction to what, its supporters believe, is an unhealthy shift in how the Web is being consumed. The underlying idea is less about actual performance, load metrics, response times and the like — and more about the value of the interactions taking place.
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