How Google’s AMP project speeds up the Web – by sandblasting HTML

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There’s a story going around today that the Web is too slow, especially over mobile networks. It’s a pretty good story—and it’s a perpetual story. The Web, while certainly improved from the days of 14.4k modems, has never been as fast as we want it to be, which is to say that the Web has never been instantaneous.

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Story added 4. November 2015, content source with full text you can find at link above.