It’s the height of rush hour and all the freeways are clogged but you still have to visit a client across town. You enter the destination into you GPS but you navigation app sends you into the worst of the gridlock where you spend the next hour edging your way down an on-ramp. Sound familiar? That’s also the same situation facing us when we log onto the internet. Despite massive technological advances since the days of dial up, we’re still grappling with slow page response, timeouts, and networking delays. So why does the internet still suck in 2016? Web page latency…

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