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    Re:The Next Level of the MLM Emerges as You Sleep
    by Anonymous on Friday August 19 2005, @04:55AM (#15977)
    Election Results
    Based on the election results, here is the new 7-member NANOG Steering Committee, comprising one (1) representative appointed by Merit Network and six (6) elected members:

        * Betty Burke (Merit Representative)
        * Chris Morrow, UUNET/MCI
        * William B. Norton, Equinix
        * Joe Abley, ISC
        * Randy Bush, IIJ
        * Philip Smith, Cisco
        * Jared Mauch, Verio

    Candidate

    Votes
         Chris Morrow, UUNET/MCI     119
         William B. Norton, Equinix     117
         Joe Abley, ISC     114
         Randy Bush, IIJ     104
         Philip Smith, Cisco     96
         Jared Mauch, Verio     85
         Martin Hannigan, Verisign     75
         Daniel Golding, The Burton Group     72
         Ron da Silva, Time Warner Cable     69
         Steve Gibbard, PCH     68
         Dorian Kim, Verio     67
         Josh Snowhorn, Terremark     64
         Vince Fuller, Cisco     52
         Lixia Zhang, UCLA     50
         Mark Kosters, VeriSign     41
         Dave Wodelet, Shaw Communications     36
         Christopher Chin, UC Berkeley     26
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    Please Stand for Photos - Non-Black-Holers Sit
    by Anonymous on Friday August 19 2005, @05:31AM (#15981)
    Please Stand for Photos - Non-Black-Holers Sit

    All those still standing, please exit via the
    doors in the rear where vehicles are standing
    by to take you to Federal Court to be arraigned
    on U.S. Federal Felony charges for interfering
    with telecommunications traffic.

    You have the right to remain silent, you have
    the right to...

    The U.S.G Has Arrived Taking Names and Photos

    http://news.com.com/2061-10789_3-5812102 .html
    "On Saturday Christy and representatives from other federal agencies hosted a "Meet the Fed" session at Defcon. They pulled an old prank. First, all attendees were asked to stand. Then everyone who had not hacked into any system illegitimately was asked to sit down. The Feds then pulled out cameras and started snapping pictures."

    Stay tuned for the photo ops at the NANOG, ARIN
    and ICANN parties in .LA
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