Craig A. Huegen
chuegen at quadrunner.com
Tue Oct 21 23:36:33 UTC 1997
On Tue, 21 Oct 1997, Dorian R. Kim wrote:
==>On Tue, 21 Oct 1997, Richard Irving wrote:
==>> With about 1/3 of all global internet passing through that parking
==>> garage out there, 20% loss starts to take on a whole new meaning...
==>Just curious, but how was that figure arrived at?
This figure came out of the most recent Data Communications magazine. The
cover had a picture of the parking garage with a cadillac and some
grandmother driving it near a secured door. It had a dark, scary caption
"One-third of the internet's traffic runs through this underground parking
garage in McLean, VA. Should you be scared?" or something similar.
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