more internic fun, and an idea
chris at dqc.org
Wed Aug 4 15:09:49 UTC 1999
Right on brother !!!!
On Wed, 4 Aug 1999, Ehud Gavron wrote:
| >(2) It wasn't that long ago that two-week processing was standard for
| >a lot of domain transactions. They raised the bar on themselves by
| >improving turnaround time through automatic processing. I'm not sure
| >that they should now have to pay a price for that.
| "Look how good you have it now" is not a valid excuse for incompetence.
| You probably meant "You can't make a silk purse from a sow's ear."
| "They" didn't raise the bar. "They" committed to meeting
| the requirements of running the registration portion of InterNIC.
| "They" are incompetent bufoons, their staff unaware of their
| own rules, their web pages misinforming us, 'their clients',
| and their processes breaking down under stress.
| It's not up to us to excuse them from this incompetence by
| making solipsistic references to a bygone era where 'Teengs Was Bad'
| but to demand excellence and insist on it.
| Unfortunately, with Network Solutions, it's clear the real Solution
| is to replace them.
| >Mark Borchers
| >NetworkTwo Communications Group
| >"Give beer to those who are perishing..." (Proverbs 31:6)
Corporations are not evil. That kind of anthropomorphism is inappropriate.
Corporations are too stupid to be evil, only people can be that. -jwz
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