[LINK] "compelling content" wrecking broadband (was:
Fri Nov 22 22:44:53 EST 2002
At 11:39 AM 22/11/02 +1100, Robin Whittle wrote:
>In general, one does not see the telephone network, the postal system or
>the road network being seen as primarily a system for users to access
>centrally located resources. Sure, some of what they do is central,
>but most of it is home to home, office to office, and browsing.
And I don't think these societal systems are overseen by the ABA,
either. could that have something to do with the mind set that is
operating as well? You put a 'new' technology in the policy basket of the
broadcast "regulator" (sic) [or sick, whatever one's personal reaction to
the ABA and David Flint], and you're going to get similar constructs and
ways of thinking about that new technology.
Just thought I'd raise that as a wee addition to Robin's post.
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