Over at the Tech Liberation Front, the Internet's premier free market technology blog, we're discussing the implications of Google's OpenEdge program. The program plans to place servers at your local ISP, allowing Google to store files closer to you, the end user.
Rather than waiting for your YouTube video to cross the country to get to your computer, they'd only have to cross town. This would cut down on load times and cut down on traffic elsewhere on the net.
However, some have said it might be unfair, and violate net neutrality, a principle that Google itself wants to advance.
Read all about it here:
Brett Swanson on Storewidth
Me again on how Google's caching program benefits everyone