Triple Play [was: CAUTION: Potentially Dumb Question...]

Christian Kuhtz kuhtzch at
Tue Feb 7 15:45:55 UTC 2006

On Feb 7, 2006, at 10:27 AM, Sean Donelan wrote:

> On Mon, 6 Feb 2006, Christian Kuhtz wrote:
>> If you're near real time, you have lots of options actually. And I
>> would contend that p2p can be efficient for broadcast distribution
>> actually.  There already are several startups doing exactly that for
>> large scalability.
> Yep.  Lots of startups have lots of ideas.  If you are selling  
> hammers,
> you can use the same hammer for lots of projects.  But I'm not a true
> believer in the hammer religion.

Argh.  What I'm saying is that this is being worked on.  And I know  
from the research perspective in a previous life that it can be made  
work.  The fact that startups are working on commercializing wasn't  
supposed to suggest viability (it never does), but that products are  
on the way to market.  I have my confirmation of viability of the  
concept from a different background altogether and I don't subscribe  
to startup=viability for anything.

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