Re: FoRK FaQ offline?

Gregory Alan Bolcer (
Mon, 14 Dec 1998 15:28:41 -0800

It's a test. 97% of the people don't realize
that you can run an HTTP stack on a machine that's
not called www. You can tell a lot about a person
by their thought processes and how they go about
resolving URLs. Using a cached copy isn't
a bad solution.


Kragen wrote:
> I try to access
> <URL:> from two
> different sites -- one at work, on PSINet, from which I get no
> response, and one at my ISP, on Digex, from which I get
> HTTP/1.0 502 Connection refused
> (Digex has recently installed a mandatory packet-diverting firewall,
> much like Singapore.)
> I have actually been trying to read the FAQ for a month or two, and I
> haven't been able to reach csvax once.
> I finally was able to read it by using the copy in's
> cache. (That's handy for quick undeletions of Web pages, too.)
> (looking forward to being flamed by the legendary CORBABoy)
> --
> <> Kragen Sitaker <>
> Silence may not be golden, but at least it's quiet. Don't speak unless you
> can improve the silence. I have often regretted my speech, never my silence.
> -- Adam Rifkin, <>