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    Radio Shack Has the Asterisk WIFI Routers for $49
    by Anonymous on Sunday April 17 2005, @10:05PM (#14925)
    Radio Shack Has the Asterisk WIFI Routers for $49

    Google Search Keywords

    Pay no attention to the .LAN TLD in those routers.
    The .LAN TLD does not exist.
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    "end-to-end principle might not have a long time"
    by Anonymous on Sunday April 17 2005, @11:31PM (#14929)
    "I fear that the end-to-end principle might not have a long time to live."

    end-to-end still works, the difference is that
    the "ends" are smart (not dumb) and can be

    Also, there is now a critical mass of users
    on islands with bandwidth so one does not have
    to search the far reaches of planet Earth to
    find someone who understands how the .NET really
    works. They are now graduating from grade-schools
    in the U.S. in large numbers.

    How many 12 year olds does ICANN have on the Board ? or at meetings ? How many ICANN Board
    members does it take to insall a PC ?
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    First "naked DSL" and then "naked IP"
    by Anonymous on Monday April 18 2005, @12:50PM (#14932)
    First "naked DSL" and then "naked IP" [routable only to a local ISP's colo]

    http://apnews.myway.com/article/20050418/D89I0KP00 .html
    "Initially, the availability of "naked DSL" will be limited to customers in the New York company's old Northeastern territory once served by Nynex or Bell Atlantic, the predecessor companies of Verizon. And only customers who already receive phone and high-speed Internet access from Verizon would be eligible."
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