Web rage


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Web rage

A user's frustration and anger when surfing the Web. Web rage is caused by such things as slow dial-up connections, busy servers, missing links, excessive results when doing a search, and very often, poorly designed websites that make you go through hoops to find what you want. See rage.
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TELECOMWORLDWIRE-24 August 2000-Older generation more likely to suffer 'web rage' than teens (C)1994-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
``This growing gap between people's expectations and their actual experience on the net results in increasing incidents of violent web rage. Users are reaching breaking point as they struggle to control their frustrations.''
And, according to the statistics, if you have to wait more than 12 minutes until you find exactly what you're looking for you develop Web Rage.