O.K. man - good one. But here's my question:
I'm a little tired right now to go through the entire article you refered me to -
but thnx. I understand that there might be some local server holding the files to
alleviate the workload from the site's server.
<span>But why is it coming in so fast? I'm talking 7 or 8 times faster.
Why would some local ISP in Israel allow me to exceed my bandwidth 8 times
over? How does it help the U.S. side site?
<span>I think that there might be some people who like "Sharing family albums", who might
<span>be interested in something like that.
<span>Now, I'm really not a tech-guy - so maybe I'm completely off course.
<span>If you feel that I'm missing the point - just ignore this (Or feel free to vent your disdain
<span>on the pages of this post).
<span>But if you're interested - I can provide more information on this (For instance:
<span>the fact that win7's Resource Monitor, and other more professional apps
can't even see the port the file comes in through)
<div>Try the orange "Free Download" button at:
http://www.winamp.com/media-player/all -</div><span>it works like a charm. You'll see.