Lovingly hand-crafted with the assistance of the Yahoo Developer Network, the EP team thinks that Boomerang will help reduce the disconnect between push and pull.
When we launch a site or write a blog or anything else online, a combination of our experience and expectations give us a sense of how our site will be used. The problem is, nobody is free of the chains of their own subjectivity. If you're an intuitive person, or someone with a very strong point of view, stats can be either a harsh corrective or a pleasant affirmation of your gut instincts. Boomerang hopes to help you see your site from the end-user's point of view.
Among the uses of Boomerang, the team has listed these possible measurements.
+ A page's perceived performance - it takes into account the moments at which a page becomes usable for a reader
+ Performance of dynamic pages
+ User bandwidth
+ Component load time
+ Network latency
Knock yourselves out you crazy kids.