Is law:/dev/null loading any faster?

Posted by T. Greg Doucette on Dec 5, 2010 in Technology | Subscribe

Hey y’all! :D  My general absence from blogging is going to continue for at least another 72 hours — gotta get through my ZombieLaw exam tomorrow at 9:00am, then Evidence on Wednesday at 2:00pm.

Then after that I will officially be done with my 2L Fall semester… and past the half-way point on my journey to a J.D. :spin:

Although I’m not blogging regularly during finals, I’m still taking an occasional break to tweak the server that hosts law:/dev/null.  So I wanted to get some feedback from you:  is this blog loading any faster than before when you pull up our site?

In addition to some minor code-trimming of the WordPress template we’re using, I also added Google’s mod_pagespeed Apache module.  The only noticeable change that I see on my end is that a big chunk of file requests now show up in my logs as being made by my server itself — I can’t tell if anything is actually loading any faster :beatup:

If you notice a perceptible change one way or the other, let me know :)  I’ll be back here in a few days!

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