[arin-ppml] SWIPs & IPv6

Danny McPherson danny at tcb.net
Tue Dec 1 18:38:38 EST 2009

On Dec 1, 2009, at 12:18 PM, Ted Mittelstaedt wrote:
> Nope, that's not the way things work on the Internet and there
> are many examples.  If I'm large then I can do as I please, for
> example when Verizon.net instituted "call backs" in e-mail it
> pissed off a lot of customers, and some left, but Verizon ignored
> their complaints and so everyone else on the Internet ended up
> having to make sure their e-mail systems were compatible.

I was referring to YOU, not Verizon :-)

> If I'm small then I can do as I please as well unless the
> other network I don't like is large, like a Google or some such.

Precisely my point (but far from what I'd intended to 
glean from my original query), glad you grok it..

> Sorry you don't like this, but this is how the world really
> works.

Thanks for your sharing your perspective of operational 
mastery, guess I should get a bit more experience before 
asking questions ;-)


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