You can help by making your site do several things...
Page loading is spradic, often end up being sent to the home page when scrolling an article I clicked on.
If you didn't load up so much **** with your content, then pages would load, mail would work and this pust for 64 bit browsers, well thank you retards, I can't upgraded you morons, a 32 bit machine can't have a 64 bit program installed on it, its not like a 64 bit machine you can run 32 bit programs on..... What frigging planet are you on?
Before comments flood in about my connection, well I bridged two modems on two different services to double my bandwidth and guess what... NO CHANGE IN LOADING, this says that the problem is Yahoo and any one in IT would also agree, the backbone is fibre, local cable here is fibre, so no bottlenecks.
AND furthermore, you need to make FEEDBACK accessible, it took trawling google for a clue, I eventually resorted to writing a program to pull the URL to this page so I could comment.
The problem, you have a content AUTOLOADER that pushes the "FEEDBACK" link off the bottom of the page as soon as you get anywhere near the link. Real programming thats well thought out... NOT.
SO what is Yahoo going to do for users who have no option to upgrade, oh incidentally, you are not doing this to 32 bit tablet or mobile users, you are only doing this to PC users.