Using twitter as an outage notification
lists at internetpolicyagency.com
Sun Jul 5 11:57:37 CDT 2009
In article <4A50BB87.8000301 at airwire.ie>, Martin List-Petersen
<martin at airwire.ie> writes
>>> Calling it a lame web 2.0 is pretty much off, when it's actually used
>>> for something sensible.
>> I seem to be trying to find the middle ground between members of the
>> public who think "The Internet isn't appropriate because they didn't
>> teach it to me in college 20 years ago" and those who say "Web 2.0 isn't
>> appropriate because they didn't teach it to me in college 5 years ago".
>> Shouldn't we at least be giving it the benefit of the doubt?
>Since when has, what has been teached in college ever been a defining
>standard for what is happening on the internet or what the trend in
>computing is ?
It shouldn't be, but I'm guessing this is where much of the conservatism
is coming from.
More information about the NANOG