CAPS is Resource Pig
One thing I have to say about the programming for the Motley Fool site is that it is a total resource pig of both bandwidth and computing power.
I am in Vancouver and stuck using my old computer and I have had nothing but problems because of the wasteful programming and I just lost a post I was working on that I had done quite a bit of research on because Fool crashed my older computer, which was the main reason I ended up buying a new computer. Pretty bad when the main thing you use your computer for is the internet and office type programs. People should not be making computer upgrade decisions because web pages are being designed as utter resource pigs.
Up in the NWT where you pay a fortune for bandwidth I failed to realise the degree to which an open Motley Fool brower window sucks bandwidth when you are not using your computer. I used $60 of bandwidth in 6 days before I realised the extent of costly resource pig, bandwidth stealing inefficiency. Half of my bandwidth was used up while I slept. Ok, so Fool isn't the only browser window I left open, but it is still a thief.