DNS: Two Years Behind the Times

DNS: Two Years Behind the Times

From: Jim Fleming <JimFleming§unety.net>
Date: Thu, 18 Jun 1998 07:59:12 -0500
On Thursday, June 18, 1998 8:10 AM, Lincoln Dale[SMTP:ltd&#167;interlink.com.au] wrote:
&#167;Adam,
&#167;
&#167;thanks for replying, whilst avoiding what was the real issue of my response.
&#167;its good to see that you're still up to your old tricks of misspelling
&#167;names too.  'lincoln' must be pretty hard to get right.
&#167;
&#167;onto the real issue here.  larry's assertion was that: (and i quote)
&#167;  ".aus which doesn't exist for (almost) all intents and purposes".
&#167;
&#167;your response was: (and i quote)
&#167;  "Larry that is EXTREMELY MISLEADING.  .AUS exists to some 20,000,000
&#167;  estimated users world wide, in just about every country.".
&#167;

These discussions remind me of similar discussions held mostly
in the United States about two years ago. Where do they lead ?
One side is working to advance the Internet and the other side
works to discredit any progress that they make. Jealousy appears
to be the main motivating factor in these discussions. Maybe in
a couple of years, you folks will be able to see this...good luck to you...


Jim Fleming
Unir Corporation - http://www.unir.com
1998 - The Year of the C+&#167;
IS Coordinator for the AM Radio Station Registry - http://www.DOT.AM
Received on Fri Jun 19 1998 - 00:25:55 UTC

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