|Re: We Live in a World of Redundancies|
8 Sep 2006 10:10:30 -0700
> Even though there is supposed to be standby power all the way, when I
How often do you have power failures at home to observe this failrue?
I am really surprised that is the case and as far as I know, that
> The reason for having the telephone separate from the computer network (and
> Imagine being completely incommunicado during a computer network failure.
That is very true.
The telephone network has 100 years of experience behind it. That
Short of everyone lifting their handset at once or a critical cable or
The IP computer network is new and constantly evolving. It is full of
To suggest we abandon this network is ludicrous and irresponsible. The
Some proponents of this sort of thing are probably young techies who
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