"What would be possible if browsing the web was as fast as turning the pages of a magazine?" asks Google in its latest, ongoing attempts to make the web a faster place.
Google on its new Code blog is trying to drum up a discussion on how the web can be speeded up around the world and is asking for everyone to participate in one massive brainstorm – or thought-shower if you want to be a bit more PC about it.
At the bottom of the blog is a bit where you can add your own speedy ideas. So far, these have include banning spam and even point towards "a network of low-Earth orbit satellites providing direct internet access world-wide." This is apparently already a rumoured idea that is being touted by the bods at Google.
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