Broadband ISPs taxed for "generating light energy"

Joseph S D Yao jsdy at
Wed Oct 11 18:34:11 UTC 2006

On Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 02:16:05PM -0400, Steven M. Bellovin wrote:
> It's 10/10, which if viewed as the binary number 1010 is 10 base 10.
> Surely that has to mean something!  (Well, I just made it up, but it
> sounds goodd....)

Steve, think about it.  For all base N, N > 1, 10 base 10 is 10.

10/10 [I did notice that] is also [when distributed] half of 20/20, so
perhaps half-sighted, or half-sensical.

But now we are well and truly OT and may be stoned with virtual rocks.

Joe Yao
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