Let me give you a few real world examples that happen every day. You’re at a stop light for all of 30 seconds and you start to get antsy because the light hasn’t changed. You are going to make a right on red and there is someone in front of you who does not turn right away, and you lay on the horn. You’re in line at the store waiting to check out and it’s taking forever. Forever being about 3-4 minutes.
Why are we so impatient?
Maybe these examples will help. You’re surfing the web and a page doesn’t load quick enough so you try another website. You want to buy a product online so you do a search and you click on the first result and it doesn’t load quick enough, so you go to the second result. You load an app and it takes forever (10 minutes) and you immediately start thinking of your next computer purchase with more memory and more processor speed (whatever that means).
What’s happening here?
The web has...