> On Tue, 24 Mar 1998, spunkanado cribbed from somewhere:
> > "It's absolutely a serious idea," he said today. "If we were successful in
> Attribution, dammit. I'd quite like to read this article.
+Ro help ya any?:)-
I think I grabbed this from Cnet's page this morn. Didnt think it would
much problem for folks to find, what with dinkum search engines and all.
> > So in other words, it will be faster than going thru Mae West?
> Er, no.
Er, yes. Shes dead so any moethod is gonna be faster than going thru her.
.. Ask Dr Science text clipped for the sake of all mankind.
> (The simplest way to get rid of congestion is always to pull the plug
> on as many users as possible. Roads too crowded? Ban cars - problem
> solved! networks too congested? Ban modems!)
Ya, und to za showrs vit dem all. Ich Bien Ein Internet BigWigy und decree
me zat zey all be made un deadknockers.
> The moon's effect on surfing as I've described above is perfectly
> understandable - after all, you all know about its effect on tides.
> The moon is a robust and mature implementation of a pull technology
> known to be Y2K immune and to survive crashes, too - I think the delay
> disadvantages could well be outweighed by these considerations.
Not to mention the frequent flyer miles folks can pick up for having to go
fix things like Moon Dust in the Routers and Alien Invasion Forces screwey
up the patch bays.
> has the moon been patented?
Maybe in leather, I hear shes a harsh mistress.