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In spite of an increase in Internet speed, webpage speeds have not improved over time. 23 years ago, the internet was quite different from the one we use today. Google didn’t exist yet, fewer than 20% of U.S. households had internet access, and those who did were using a dial-up connection. It’s no wonder that…