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The arrival of a retina display for iPad has sparked a debate about whether the Web should serve graphics that support it. But this means a slower and potentially more expensive Web.
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I guess websites can detect if a new ipad is the client and delivery the appropriate content.
Should we go back to ASCII? The future isn't too hard to predict, in this regard.
Very interesting indeed. I wonder if Google's fast TCP/IP initiative "SPDY" would offset the speed difference
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