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RE: Quote from Kashpureff / Re: question about per. hack
Please, please, take this bilge off of the NANOG list. This is not the place for techno-politico-socio-net-policy discussions. Work it out in the undergraduate lounge, and get back to us with the answer. Tom -- Tom Walton email@example.com On Tuesday, July 22, 1997 5:27 PM, Ted Timmons [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org] wrote: > At 05:07 PM 7/22/97 -0400, Christopher Masto wrote: > >Now _that's_ not right at all. I think the excuse of charging > >a fee for > >something to discourage its use is ridiculous. Where exactly > >are these > >AOLers going to get primary and secondary name service? Web > >servers? > >Mail forwarders? > > With the latest free email, web pages, etc (juno, hotmail, > geocities), it > wouldn't take too long for someone to come up with free DNS, > MXing, etc.. > > How would _you_ discourage registration? By not explaining it > very well? > That hasn't kept the idiots away from unix, Perl, etc... > -- > -=TED=- O- JAPH email@example.com - work > firstname.lastname@example.org - home > > Link Rot: The process by which links on a web page become as > obsolete as the sites they're connected to change location or > die.