Jason, who shares an office with the Sxip U.S. crew, was experiencing significant web lag. As far as we could tell, it was Akamai having problems, and sites like SF Gate were serving up images rather slowly. So, HTML loads, and ALT tags are exposed for all the world to see, as we wait for Akamai to deliver the image, and we are treated to this bit of web developer wit on an article about the Grateful Dead:
<A HREF="http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2005/11/08/DDGDCFJDAJ1.DTL"><IMG SRC="/chronicle/pictures/2005/11/08/dd-220x314-dead.jpg"
WIDTH="220" HEIGHT="314" BORDER="0" VSPACE=3 ALT="Q. What did the Deadhead say when his pot ran out? A. Dude, this band sucks!"></A><BR>
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Nice. But -1 for not using CSS. Really, still using the <font> tag?!?!