Re: Common carriers, not actually afflicted.

Steve Nordquist (
Wed, 20 May 1998 02:53:30 -0500

What's wrong with making our machines

> inherently network machines, and not having the network
> as merely an afterthought?

DNS. :./

> Hence, I'm against calls for MS chinese walls

I don't know, I think that would be something Microsoft couldimplement if they
weren't asked/told. Shenyang has this fantastic
pseudo-Russian history story whereby the Aryans were made
to rent instead of own; in one variation, the town molded up
while everyone took a mandatory vacation and was impossible
to burn.

That would be New for user interfaces.

> ... But there
> are a lot of good reasons to think that the best hope
> left is an industry standardization on Java as a *machine*

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