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Re: Interesting new spam technique - getting a lot more popular.
- From: Warren Kumari
- Date: Wed Jun 14 15:00:32 2006
On Jun 14, 2006, at 2:18 AM, John van Oppen wrote:
Ok, I KNOW I am going to be slapped by a bunch of people here, but....
That being said, I know at least one of our transit customers does
hosting exactly how you are describing. Coincidentally, this
customer is also one of the customers that asked if we could "give
them a class C block."
I often refer to a /24 (anywhere in the space) as a "class C". I also
call the thingie on my digital watch an LCD display, the thing that
stops breaks from locking the ABS system and the number I type into
the ATM machine my PIN number. Oh yeah, my DLT tape drive is
connected to a SCSCI interface.
Yup, all of the above are technically incorrect (ok, most of them are
just redundant), but I do it anyway, and I am going to carry on doing
it, so there!
"Working the ICANN process is like being nibbled to death by ducks,
it takes forever, it doesn't make sense, and in the end we're still
dead in the water."
-- Tom Galvin, VeriSign's vice president for government relations.