Google wants to be your Internet

Charlie Allom charlie at
Sun Jan 21 00:58:01 UTC 2007

On Sat, 20 Jan 2007 18:32:28 -0600 (CST), Gadi Evron wrote:
> On Sun, 21 Jan 2007, Charlie Allom wrote:
>> p2p with respect from major and independent record labels. it makes 
>> sense that the film industry will (and is?) moving towards some kind of 
>> acceptance as well.
> Erm.. as in to help them sue users? :)

as in - a DMZ for the RIAA vs. the User

>> well, a little dash of all thinking makes for a healthy environment 
>> doesn't it?
> Not on NANOG. :o)


>>> This is a pure example of a problem from the operational front which can
>>> be floated to research and the industry, with smarter solutions than port
>>> blocking and QoS.
>> This is what I am interested/scared by.
> Can you please elaborate on this point?

well all I mean is that backbone networks and the technology that is 
used is still a bit of a mystery to me, having never fiddled with (and 
broken) it, myself.

One thing I was amazed by this week, was, looking into my ADSL that we 
are providing, and seeing how low-level, and, well - tailored for a 
market that could only be perceived 15 years ago.

I welcome our new masters, GOOG. ;)

 hail eris

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