On 16 Apr 2006, at 14:02, kevin lyda wrote:
> Teaching people about TCP/IP and the protocols on top of it is great
> for internet related companies, but it's not all that great for people
> presented with some of the more obscure and yet widely used networking
Kevin - you are just going to have to accept that UUCP is no longer a
"widely used networking technology"
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