Okay, is up to you guys to decide or create a useful use for the network . My
take from the article is that the researchers were open to suggestions and 
I bet that the researcher wil be willing to show the results of large scale
distributed network processing and even brag of why it can not be easily
reproduce in other semi-public or public networks 8)


> > http://abcnews.go.com/sections/tech/CuttingEdge/canadanet990827.html
> > 
> > Hmmm... I wonder what would happen if ftp.freebsd.org was moved to CA*Net3 8)
> Significantly less than what its doing now.
> What the article fails to mention, is that (last I heard) CA*Net3 is *not*
> connected to the Internet at large. 
> Currently, it only connects universities and research institutions within
> Canada. AFAIK, there aren't any real plans to patch it into the global 'net.
> josh
> -- 
> C'est-ci n'est pas un .sig


 Amancio Hasty

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