The other monks forgot one, so i'll tell you, change your CSS setting.
Copy the stylesheet to your computer, and change the appropriate setting in user settings to point to it. That way the CSS isn't ever sent to you, and perlmonks loads faster. I think everybody should do this (in fact I think we shouldn't inline CSS by default anymore, but i guess we do it for backwards compatibility ~ damn).
in reply to perlmonks too slow
update: by the way, I --ed you cause your comment is ignorant at best (you made no mention of your connection speed or any kind of relevant concrete details~ how many bytes is an average page you download?).
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