> > There's a great technological analogy, here... our current federal
> > gov't is like a large, monolithic, mainframe-based system evolved from
> > millions of lines of code written in an antique procedural language over
> > 200 years. Gov't for the next century *ought to be* well decomposed,
> > highly distributed, and object-oriented.
So you mean it would be full of overblown marketting hype, work
theoreticly but not "realy well" in the real world, be debated over in
perpetuity by pundits and in short be pathced, retooled and made obscure
and obsolette every four years?
hmm, meet the new boss same as the old boss (725)