In a message dated 3/5/01 8:45:56 AM Eastern Standard Time, Adam "The
Unicoder" Beberg writes:
<< Hint: enough people demand (and pay for) static IP's that we run out,
forcing the IPv6 issue, then we have enough addresses, and having a static
IP just becomes normal, forcing costs down, then client+server just becomes
the universal norm again. Opps, did I mention paying, well that plan will
never work will it, odds are we'll just build more layers of NAT until the
internet is completely useless.
On Sat, 3 Mar 2001, Damien "The Dessiminator" Morton wrote:
> What if these policies were mandated by the governement.
They are sure trying their best.
- Adam L. "Duncan" Beberg (aka The Unicoder)
nobody listens to the grly:
here's a conspiracy theory thought: the govt controls content. not in the
"cnn = clinton news network" context but as in twx/aol flies under the
justice dept radar in exchange for the largest inroad to the masses.
geege "here's your entre, doctor" schuman (aka "more schuman than human"*)
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