SA pigeon 'faster than broadband'

Christopher Hart christopher.p.hart at gmail.com
Fri Sep 11 22:42:28 UTC 2009


"Edible, self-replicating IP carriers are pretty special anyhow."

Mainstream IPv6 Here we come! ;)

On Fri, Sep 11, 2009 at 3:37 PM, Richard Bennett <richard at bennett.com>wrote:

> If this news had come out a little earlier, some pigeon breeding programs
> may have qualified for broadband stimulus grants. Edible, self-replicating
> IP carriers are pretty special anyhow.
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> Scott Weeks wrote:
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>> --- nick at foobar.org wrote:
>> So, good news all around.  Let's hope that IP over carrier pigeon will
>> soon become a thing of the past.
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>> 4GB = 32Gb
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>> 32Gb in 2 hours is 4.45Mbps.  That's a pretty good DSL upstream bandwidth.
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>> scott
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> --
> Richard Bennett
> Research Fellow
> Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
> Washington, DC
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Respectfully,

Chris Hart
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