So, time for some real action?
lorenzo at google.com
Thu Feb 6 17:00:23 CET 2014
On 6 Feb 2014 23:52, "Dick Visser" <visser at terena.org> wrote:
> Other ideas?
Why stop at IPv4? Why not also turn off non-IP phones, non-optical links,
2G/3G networks, bank mainframes, airline reservation systems, and computers
running XP or older? That's all legacy technology too.
Hell, why stop at the Internet? Why not shut down fossil fuel power
stations, non-electric buses/cars/trains, and oil heating? That's all
legacy technology as well.
Ah, right - because it would infuriate people. Just like turning off IPv4
would infuriate 98+% of Internet users.
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