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ECONOMY: Click and Tacoma don’t support E-commerce

Letter by Thomas J. Walz, Fircrest on Sep. 9, 2010 at 11:26 am with 4 Comments »
September 9, 2010 11:26 am

Tacoma’s Click network is a pretty good network for home use, light business e-mail and static as well as semi-static websites. For serious E-commerce it is slow and expensive compared to alternatives.

The situation is similar to all the government retraining programs that turn out people who can’t find jobs while there is a huge need and virtually no supply of people who can work in modern, large E-commerce, especially E-commerce managers for modern platforms.

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  1. RedForeman says:

    I lived in Tacoma when click first started up and it was super fast. I did a lot of Ebay. What happened?

  2. For serious E-commerce it is slow and expensive compared to alternatives.

    How about some facts.

    “The situation is similar to all the government retraining programs that turn out people who can’t find jobs while there is a huge need and virtually no supply of people who can work in modern, large E-commerce, especially E-commerce managers for modern platforms.”

    What does retraining programs have to do with Click!?

    Where did you get your education?

  3. trustsatan says:

    On a serious note, I do not understand the point of the letter-writer. I feel compelled to point out that I have never had any issues with up- or download speeds with Click!, and I have used their service for years. SpeedTest will tell you that.

    On a less serious note, I get the feeling that the letter-writer has no idea what he is talking about (“static” vs. “semi-static” web sites? What?)

  4. Sumner401 says:

    Cheese with your whine Tommy?

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