Yes, I know - I chose to live here, therefore I have to put up with the really slow broadband speeds. A while ago the BBC changed their normally pleasant to look at news website, into the 'I need sunglasses just to look at it', video heavy, dumbed-down pile of rubbish that it is now. For my source of news in English I had to look elsewhere, so picked a couple of broadsheet newspapers, the Independent first then adding the Telegraph later. All was well for a couple of days with the Independent, but then the pages would not scroll properly and it became unusable. then a box popped up on the screen saying a script had stopped working and did I want it to continue. So knowing nothing about these scripts, I had a little search. I found a utility called NoScript. This promised to show me what was running on the page and stop it if I choose (actually it's the other way round - it blocks them all, then lets you choose which to run) The Independent in normal mode has 22 scripts running. I'm running it with 2 at the moment and you can imagine the difference. (The Telegraph has 11) So now you'll know where to look if like me, you have 2mb broadband.