> in their own words:
> When your web browser requests a Web Page, the ONSPEED software
> redirects that request to the ONSPEED Compression Servers. They take the
> respective Web Page content, compresses it and sends it back down to the
> ONSPEED software which decompresses it and sends it to the Browser
> requesting the information.
>> Not impossible. In fact, I can think of a few ways of doing it
> straight off.
And, if you're on dial-up, your modem should be compressing it
transparently anyway. I see up to 9KB/sec when downloading
easily compressible content (such as the header portion of a
large RPM), which then drops to 4KB/sec when the content has
already been compressed.
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