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Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Why is US control of the DNS system not a big deal? "Most online traffic today exists outside the traditional domain-name system in peer-to-peer file sharing and instant messaging." Not sure if I agree, if only because of the differing natures of the two types of traffic, but still interesting they would make that point.

Decentralized 911 response. HAMs have been doing something like this for a good long while, just not as high-tech. P2P is not a new concept.

Lies, damn lies, and improperly interpreted and generated statistics.

New Orleans to use WiFi as carrot to attract development.

Nice Ars post on TV censorship.

Apple DVR not practical?

Spitzer weighs in on Sony DRM. And they were warned, apparently.

FCC now supports a la carte programming.

More hit song 'science.'

Jupiter releases latest filesharing report. P2P still thrice as popular as iTMS.



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