Category Archives: Net2

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  • Good enough for who it’s for

    To those who have inquired and anyone else interested in why Listics has been silent so long, I’m okay. The first quarter of 2024 has been difficult, but things are looking up. Two months ago I had a mild heart attack, but everything now is groovy. The cardiologist has given me a handful of pills [...]

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    Pacific Telecommunications Council

    Judi Clark is live blogging the PTC09 event at, and tweeting it with a #ptc09 tag. Her notes from Vint Cerf’s presentation here.

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    IETF P2P Infrastructure Workshop

    Stanislav Shalunov, Director of Engineeering for BitTorrent, Inc. presented a paper at the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Infrastructure Workshop in Boston today (PDF) calling for IETF support in resolving user performance and ISP congestion problems by standardizing a mechanism improving cache discovery for Peer to Peer (P2P) applications. That’s a mouthful. People using BitTorrent [...]

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    Broadband Census Go the site, take the census, and do the speed test. Drew Clark introduced us to this new “crowdsourcing” application this morning at F2C. Grab a button for your blog. [tags]crowdsourcing, broadband census, drew clark[/tags]

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    A wonderful internet…

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    Where’s Waldo?

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    Ten Things…

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    Web 2.0 memeMap

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