Niall O Broin, Sun, Apr 16, 2006 at 02:11:12PM +0100:
> Kevin - you are just going to have to accept that UUCP is no longer a
> "widely used networking technology"
The italian army is still widely using X.25. Go figure.
(ps: I guess you all remember the story of "magic and more magic")
pbm - "it's easy to be a genius when you're 25, but try
- doing it at 50..." (Elliott Murphy)
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