Used to be, in the old days (a few years ago,) for a blog, you'd see a certain number of posts, and if you keep scrolling down, you eventually got to a point where you had to click "Older posts" to get to the next page of posts. The pages were of finite, reasonable size.
Now, you scroll down, and if you keep scrolling, the current page reloads and expands to a bigger page, with more stuff at the bottom. Scroll down more, and the page keeps getting bigger, and bigger, and bigger, and bigger -- seemingly infinitely. This, by itself, would not be a problem.
However, surprising as this might be, for the browser to render a Page Of Unusual Size (POUS) apparently requires Time Of Unusual Duration (TOUD).
My blog was started int 2007. I have a considerable number of posts in the last 5 years.
I defy you to be able to scroll back to 2007 on http://scaryreasoner.wordpress.com. Your browser will choke. What does this mean? It means that your programmers are idiots. Who the *fuck* thought it was a good idea to attempt to get the browser to render a page of approximately infinite size? Make that person recode it sanely. this bullshit of the never ending endlessly scrolling page is idiocy, pure and simple. Fucking knock it the fuck off, idiots.
Fuck infiinte scroll to well deserved oblivion with the mind and keystrokes of a developer who isn't fucking retarded.
Blog url: http://scaryreasoner.wordpress.com/