Domain Name Registration

From: Vintage Computer Festival <>
Date: Wed Dec 15 15:47:03 2004

On Tue, 14 Dec 2004, Michael Sokolov wrote:

> The best hope that I see for Internet is the colonisation of Mars. The
> good thing about Mars is that the 30 min speed of light delay should prevent
> any possibility of our present rotten, corrupt, spam,porn-and-Weendoze-filled
> Internet extending to Mars, and on Mars we'll have a chance to start fresh
> from a clean slate. If I get there first I'm going to recreate the good
> old ARPA Internet there in its full glory, with TENEX and 4BSD hosts,
> open relays (we'll have to relay because interplanetary communication back
> to Earth and to elsewhere will have to be all store and forward, like the
> good old UUCP), SRI-NIC, HOSTS.TXT, no Yahoo, no AOL, no spam, no porn,
> no Weendoze lusers on DSL with dynamic IPs! A copy of the original SRI-NIC
> registry software would be very helpful.

I hope you're not the first to Mars (not the least of which is because I
love porn).

Sellam Ismail                                        Vintage Computer Festival
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