Google has a vested interest in providing their customers with the fastest search and browsing experience possible. That’s why, for years, they’ve been making recommendations for how Webmasters can make their sites as small as possible, in terms of bandwidth requirements.
Compressing Images. Caching files. CSS consolidation.
But, now there’s a better way – and by better, I mean lazier. Google’s Page Speed Service allows your users faster access to your site. You point your site’s DNS entry to Google, and they will actually rewrite your pages for user access on their own servers. Google claims that by rewriting your pages based on speed performance best practices will improve user access speeds by 25 to 60 percent.
But, I’m not sure how many people will trust Google with this process.