Our competitors like to brag about speed, but we all deliver Web content at the same speed. It's really an issue of how much content can be delivered. Below are links to editorial items differing in the amount of related content delivered. It shows why the competition doesn't brag about content.
Having a fast Web site is important, but not at the expense of quality.
This is an example of "dead-end" editorial. Sure it's fast - because it's not pulling in the additional content that Web-enables the presentation. With Linear Publishing, you can designate how much or how little additonal content will accompany an editorial item.