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  1. Hi Cyn­thia,

    I was doing some mar­ket research on net­work tools and came across your page on Read­ing Inter­net Mes­sage Head­ers here: http://cynthiaarmistead.com/reading-internet-message-headers/. As an engi­neer, I have to say that you put togeth­er a well-researched, com­pre­hen­sive list. Nice work!

    I’m not sure if you’re aware of this, but Dot­com-Mon­i­tor (the com­pa­ny I work for) has an awe­some Ping Test where you can instant­ly test net­work con­nec­tiv­i­ty from 20+ loca­tions around the world! We send ICMP pack­ets to the host and mea­sure the response time, log­ging any errors that occur. I don’t know of any oth­er com­pa­ny that offers the same thing… not for free at least. You can try it your­self at: https://www.dotcom-tools.com/ping-test.aspx

    We’re try­ing to spread the word on our free test tool to help raise aware­ness about mak­ing the web a faster and more reli­able place—we all know Google has been push­ing this for a few years now! If you’d be will­ing to give our free ping test tool a shout out with the oth­er tools on your page, I will set you up with a free life­time mon­i­tor­ing account where you can use all of our tools and mon­i­tor up to five sites.

    We actu­al­ly nev­er offer any­thing but a free 30-day tri­al to cus­tomers, but I showed your site to our VP of Web Per­for­mance and he thought it would be a great oppor­tu­ni­ty to net­work with some­one else who cares about web uptime & per­for­mance like we do!

    Thanks for get­ting the word out about web uptime and performance—it’s so impor­tant for peo­ple to know & be check­ing their own sites!

    Cheers!

    Matt Schmitz
    Web Per­for­mance Engi­neer
    Dot­com-Mon­i­tor
    http://www.dotcom-monitor.com

  2. Hi Cyn­thia, I was won­der­ing if I could make a quick sug­ges­tion in regards to the Cyber­stalked page of your site? I found some­thing that might be worth adding. If it’s too much trou­ble, then don’t wor­ry about it, just thought I’d drop you a note.

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