Saturday, June 27, 2009

Google Moderator part 2

before sending a new page request, the server checks the differences on what the client already has, and what its going to sent. the difference is then compressed and sent, browser on the client patches it. this should provide amazing improvement.

What kind of files? Generating a diff from file A and B, where A and B are totally unrelated files, results in a file which is more or less the same size as B. Therefore, this won't provide "amazing improvement".

Browsers already support caching and HTTP compression.

My idea is to make a giant web where the internet connection is splitted between the people connected so there is no connection wasted, think for example, when somebody with 10 mb/s turns off the pc nobody can use that speed, maybe you can make it :)


Governments should aim to provide affordable broadband access for all citizens, in the same way they provide access to affordable water, electricity or shelter.

Government-run ISP? No thanks.

The government needs to subsidize the various brodband access methods out there. Things like Brodband over Power lines, and low orbit satellites. We've spent 7.4 trillion, one would think there is some money in there to fund this stuff.

Government subsidy? Do you know where that money comes from? From taxes, of course. Are you suggesting that people who don't use the Internet will subsidize people who use 1TB of bandwidth per month? Good thinking!

2 ways to make the web faster, 1st one is stopping illegal contents, spams & peer2peer streams, to access & saturate large % of ISPs bandwidth; the 2nd one is replacing the customer's outdated PSTN cables by optic fiber, but how will pay THE BILL ?

Use bandwidth effectively by removing the limits and allocating it to who use them the most,...instead of giving high bandwidth for a person who uses internet just to check an email, give it to someone who runs a webserver...

You want to censor the Internet? Die, communist, die!

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