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Sluggish Data Transport Is Faster Than Adsl


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the SNAP system in action

Herbert Bishko

Researchers in Israel have concluded that their SNAP (snail-based data transfer protocol) system is the fastest available "last-mile" communications technology in terms of bit-per-second performance. Cognitive limitations have limited the use of this data transport method, which the researcher see "giving rise to the new and exciting field of sluggish data networks."

From Annals of Improbable Research
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