said by Petabites :
A slightly tougher decision would be to get 3 months ahead of the rest of the world by killing the FLASH speed test -- simultaneously -- even before you have an HTML5 replacement.
DSLReports.com and BroadbandReports have always been ahead of the curve on taking the industry where we know it has to go.
Thank you, Mr. Bode.
And where are these HTML5 speed tests to replace Flash speed tests?
Only two I found that is even moderately usable is »speedof.me
At least these approach the actual link speed. Others are so slow they barely get to 1/10 of the link speed. Unfortunately HTML5 is so tied up with how each browser implements it, results vary greatly from one browser brand to another.
An example of another HTML5 speed test that is very slow:
A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves money from the public treasury.