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    Re: Peter, Are You On Crack?
    by RFassett on Tuesday July 02 2002, @04:32PM (#7580)
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    somehow I believe MCI's long distance customers will continue to have long distance service with or without MCI..and no, MCI was obviously not real solvent. Funny how this works, huh? Also, I think WorldCom has quite an ISP business. What good is "stability of addressing" without infrastructure connection? Do you think these people and businesses using Worlcom connection are just going to go unserved should Worlcom just go away?
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    Re: Peter, Are You On Crack? by RFassett
    Re: Ray, Are You On Crack Too?
    by RFassett on Wednesday July 03 2002, @03:11AM (#7583)
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    MCI makes headlines because it is publicly traded and has millions of customers. There are lots of little LD providers and ISP's out there. Lots. Many face financial difficulties every day causing mergers, buy outs, or bankruptcies. The market place adjusts and the whole system considered "stable". But, for some reason, it is believed that "stable addressing" can not accomplish the same feat even though far less complicated or technically involved. Probably because its "stability" is controlled by a few parties that refuse to let go....AT&T accomplished this for decades. In light of WCOM, care to go back?
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    Umm
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Wednesday July 03 2002, @05:04AM (#7587)
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    Then how do many ccTLDs manage with a few thousand registrants? -g
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