A transAtlantic cable was severed.
Howard C. Berkowitz
hcb at clark.net
Tue Feb 23 21:53:38 UTC 1999
>On Tue, Feb 23, 1999 at 01:31:46PM -0500, David Lesher babbled:
>> Unnamed Administration sources reported that Henry Linneweh said:
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>> > According to this bbc article in Sci/Tech and Janet took a dump for 24
>> > hours
>> > as A direct result.
>> There's an obvious problem. How could they locate both ends,
>> lift same, splice, and seal the cable in 24 hours?
>Specially trained sea monkeys?
Nahhh....the squid documentation hasn't kept up with its new capabilities:
"We're not just a web cache any more." Splicing goes faster with ten
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