----- Original Message -----
From: "vint cerf" <vcerf(_at_)MCI(_dot_)NET>
To: "Stephen Casner" <casner(_at_)ACM(_dot_)ORG>;
Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 8:38 AM
Subject: Re: Re: [Hist Trivia] IP Protocol Layers
Danny had a very big influence on the split - he had a great
analogy between milk and wine - it was ok for wine packets
to be delayed (they got better with age) but milk was something
else. That led to UDP for real-time stuff, especially voice
packets - yeah, we were doing packet voice as far back as 1975.
IPv4, IPv6, IPv8, IPv16....people are learning...
Most people, when asked what the Internet is, think it is 2D WEB Services.
People can read the archives about what 2D graphics work was like in the
mid 70's. In many respects, it has not changed much, the protocols have
just besome more inefficient, because people perceive that bandwidth is
Others view the Internet as the Name Space. That has been a human travesty
in the way that has been managed. Fortunately, a new generation of netizens
are breaking down the barriers, similar to the way the Berlin Wall fell.
Wide-Spread Support is Important for TLDs.
Our .BIZ is a good example.
Who would have thought that it would survive and now find its way into all
the roots ?
Why gamble with a .BIZ Lottery?, get the real .BIZ
0:212 - BIZ World