Yesterday, Twitter announced two tiers of service: the free Twttr, which does not allow vowels, and the premium Twitter, which functions normally. They decided to do this in an effort to generate more revenue. However, TechAirlines realized that this was a genius idea, not for making money, but for saving energy instead.
Every page request takes energy to transmit. The larger the page, the more energy it takes to transmit it over the internet and render it in your browser. Makes sense right?
Every English word contains at least one vowel. So what if we took out all the vowels? It would make the size of each page significantly smaller. And a smaller page, means less energy is needed to transmit and load that page.
TechAirlines would like to wish everyone a happy, prosperous, and healthy New Year 2013!
Another year is coming to a close.
2012 has been a great year for TechAirlines and I would like to thank all of our readers, fans, followers, and supporters for helping TechAirlines grow and become the blog it is today. Let’s take a look at some of this year’s statistics and get ready for a great new year!
Merry Christmas, tech flyers!
Today is August 5, 2012. On this day 3 years ago at 5:40 PM EDT (GMT -4), TechAirlines took off for the very first time. It’s difficult to believe that its already been 3 years.
Happy Independence Day to all our USA readers!
TechAirlines would like to wish everyone a happy, prosperous, and healthy New Year 2012!
We will be sure to fly you to the best tech tips over the course of this year.