until recently the only way I could get even one
static IP address for my home was through a special deal with a
friend of mine who had a small ISP, and the best bandwidth I could
get was 128kbps. none of the other local providers would sell me
Doesn't the fact that there's not enough demand for this product
to make it available suggest anything to you?
does the fact that there was enough demand for the product that it
eventually became available suggest anything to you?
so if you can't come up with a rational explanation for something,
just pretend that the market is wise and cite it as an unimpeachable
I do have a rational explanation: the customers don't actually care
at all about your fundamentalist commitment to end-to-end
true, customers don't care about e2e. they do, however, care about
running apps that won't work when e2e is broken.
So, on the one hand, we have the actual behavior of millions of
no, we have your biased interpretation of that behavior, as observed
from a great distance, through a dirty lens.