Was it John P. Looney who wrote on Wednesday 13 February 2002 18:36:
>http://www.blug.linux.no/rfc1149/>> Now, I'm waiting for an implemenation of IP over wet string.
At least you must be able to CONNECT, which is more than I can sometimes do.
I have the sad situation that, as a neonewbie (= Someone who's been around
too long to be 'new' but still hasn't a clue) my box is more reliable than my
isp. If I can't connect, I ask them if they're down, and they are.
Besides, Wet string might actually work, with a high impedance, high voltage
system. A little add-on box doing voltage translation Might even be a good
project for the install party. You did have in mind 2 pieces, or do we have
to try it over one, and a common earth (The planet)?
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