- “Insurers and some states are continuing to look for ways to bypass the balky technology underpinning the health-care law despite the Obama administration’s claim Sunday that it had made ‘dramatic progress’ in fixing the federal insurance website…” [WSJ]
- 113th Congress, Going Down In History For Its Inaction, Has a Critical December To-Do List [WashPost]
- Farm Bill is Closer Than Many Think [National Journal]
- ‘Paper Tiger’ At the Pentagon [Politico]
- Focus Turns to Investigation in Fatal Bronx Train Crash [NYT]
- “British Prime Minister David Cameron arrived in China saying he would advocate a multi-billion-dollar free trade deal between Beijing and the European Union, stoking tensions with the EU executive which condemned the move as premature.” [Reuters]
- Long on Cutting Edge of Print, New York Magazine Cuts Back [NYT]
- Amazon’s Jeff Bezos Reveals Drone Delivery System [TIME]
Yet another Obamacare website bombshell -
No security ever built into Obamacare website
All done. Hawk football clinic 34 - 7.
Honestly, I didn't think they could do that to the Saints. They got killed by their own game plan, I think, but I don't think any coach would have done different.
The UCA website did not work so well today
So admin officials who claimed yesterday that it was sufficiently fixed by their own deadline were lying.
@fitty_three Would you mind dropping by and shooting me in the melon? That game made me pray for death.
Have a nice day at work.
It's all over but the showers. Symbolic football. Done deal, here. Won't be a 400 yard day for Wilson, but it looks like the Saints' game plan was to pick on those corners and they stepped up insanely. That allowed the pass rush to just snuff Brees and the running game was all Seattle.
Hawks (11 - 1); barring miracles, just not gonna happen for the Saints (9-3). It's ovuh.
Defense has been keeping Brees muzzled. They've been smothering their receivers, and that's with the two corners gone! Wilson might have a 400 yard day.
Yah! Receivers and corners are stepping up. Corners are smothering saints receivers. Ricochet TD pass being reviewed.
Yup! Stands! 34 - 7
@MementoMori So protestors get the perp walk, and yet none of the bank execs who crashed the economy in the first place do. Typical and pathetic.
Pretty soon, the ACA problems will become your personal Banghazi, if it isn't already; - )
@collioureYou really are a buffoon. Any idea of how many corporate sites would kill for the poor performance you claimed they had?
With twice as much traffic as the site sees on a typical Monday, error rates and page wait times were higher than normal. By noon, the average page was taking two seconds to load. Web pages also had an error rate of 0.9 percent.
Well that means ACA is bust as a law. We just can't have something unless it's perfect.
@sacredh Well if that's not proof of a NWO cabal running the system, I don't know what is. ;-)
@fitty_three, I hope it's a slow night. Every night so far has been busy. I've got a goverbnment job for God's sake!!! Goodnight.
Keep spinning. That what the White House liars do too.
No corporate website would kill for the error rate at this website.
Once again the Washington Post did not report favorably on today's performance.
The point is that they continue to lie.
And Barry remains around 42-52 at Gallup.
You deserve it! Enjoy!
@mantisdragon91 PBS is reporting that 350,000 people accessed the website today. Yes, that is 350,000.
@collioure @mantisdragon91 Except that is not what the article says now is it. All it says is that they are implementing monitoring software to monitor performance and establish proper ques as loads escalate. Learn about how the internet works and get back to us.
They wouldn't let the website try to handle 50,000 users at a time today. That was their standard.
Please put away stats for an average website. This will be one of the more important websites in the whole country.
@collioureRead and learn clown. They had an error rate of under 1% according to the article you linked.
You're not very smart, are you, girlywuss?
"You are regularly ill-informed and regularly posting about topics about which you are ill-informed."
Oh the irony.
Actually I noticed everything. The wait times at 60% capacity were two seconds; the error rate was 0.9%. The wait time was eight seconds or longer before, and error rates were much higher, to the point where no one was getting their personal info through.
Seems to me that that is significant improvement. Unfortunately for you, it will continue.
Of course, you didn't notice those things, Third Grade.
You are regularly ill-informed and regularly posting about topics about which you are ill-informed.
He's really making a bad bet. The improvements are tangible and significant. The sites are up and running and people are enrolling.
He's got a real problem with separating his own opinion with what is stated in the articles he posts.
That was your interpretation. I read that at 60% of capacity, a 2 second load rate and a 0.9% error rate was experienced.
I didn't see anything about anyone lying, and it seems that when it's handling things adequately at 60% full capacity, they've met their requirements.
Unless you can show me what their targets were, that remains just your opinion, and everyone here knows you hate the ACA and you hate Obama.
There is a vast improvement in performance. That much is documented.
So what you're saying is that it won't continue, right? That it will never get better, right?
And isn't that poll a bit stale, now?
I hadn't realized you offered the reference as a hit on Obama. That's so unlike you.
The point is I don't give a shiat. Enjoy your better healthcare. Maybe they can give you a bandaid for your butthurt.
Yup, polling. That's going to suck going into his third term.
@MrObvious Finally! Some level of Credence to a @coillioure thread!!