How to Harness Google’s AJAX Libraries API and CDN:
First, you need to call Google’s JSAPI file to allow Google to serve the right files on your blog:
<script> // Load jQuery google.load("jquery", "1.4.1");
You’re now serving the latest version of Jquery on your blog using Google’s Free CDN. Another benefit of using this CDN is the cacheable aspect of it – If a user has a cached version of Google’s Jquery, they won’t even have to re-download it when they visit your blog!
You save 50KB+ per visitor in bandwidth by outsourcing it to Google.
Well, technically it isn’t your time, but rather the visitors’. That just means they can read your articles quicker and convert into a fulltime reader!