The title says it all. There is an Amazon.com ad which is an animated one which has bars showing its loading progress and scrolls through different products. Everytime this happens the site virtually locks up. Clicking or scrolling anywhere on the site is at a 5-10 second stand still until the ad loads.
This ad is obviously up because Head-Fi is an "AmazonAssociate" and has placed a widget on this site, showcasing headphones. They get revenue from every item sold through the widget, but at what cost? If it's causing this site to constantly lock up, surely it isn't something they'd want to keep around, would they?
Edited by IPodPJ - 4/1/11 at 10:34pm