Loband is a service that simplifies web pages, in order to make them download faster over slow Internet connections. Loband is designed to run on a server in a high-bandwidth area. Users in low-bandwidth areas browse to the small Loband website, and then request the site they want to view. Loband then downloads the site, reduces it in size, and then sends it on to the user. /
Loband requires no software download to function, works on most websites, and is automated and open-source.
You just go to the Loband page (at the link above) and type in the URL you want to see. I've tried it out in my current browser (FF on XP) - so far it's working really well. Instant early-90s web Just a plain page of text and blue links.
So - anyone with a networked classic or early Powerbook want to give it a go and tell us how it works out for you?