Ok, so you gotta read between the lines a bit. Think caching proxy
servers (I think! 8-). Or think ahead to active networks, where through
the wonders of mobile code, any node can become a proxy - and proxies
will migrate to where they're needed, taking the cache too. ie. mobile
code & state, aka agents.
Good article anyhow, whether or not you agree with my ramblings. 8-O
-- Mark Baker, CTO, Beduin Communications Corp. Ottawa, CANADA http://www.beduin.com