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Re: Vulnerbilities of Interconnection
On måndag, sep 16, 2002, at 18:02 Europe/Stockholm, JC Dill wrote:
When I got back to the office, I learned that the big screen TV that had previously been located in the exercise room had been moved to the center of the office so that everyone could more easily see it, and everyone could hear it. Meanwhile, they all had high speed Internet connections to the computers sitting on their desks. Why bring in the TV if the 'net was "one of the prime sources of information"?You actually more or less described what I meant, although I wasn't very clear. In principle the Internet was the place where people went for information, which is exactly what you saw - the congestion and overload. My initial point was then, that as this seems to be the case, perhaps we should engineer the network to meet these demands.
- kurtis -