Merton Campbell Crockett (mcc@etn-wlv.EATON.COM)
Mon, 16 Nov 87 15:36:20 PST
Saw the message once--didn't need to see it again. I don't know which is worse-
-messages taking forever to traverse the network or receiving the same message
twice. Why don't we make all message traffic slow (Electronic Snail) and then
eliminate the redundancy feature.
Perhaps I should "biff n" to avoid the "Noyed". Maybe we should add a new
item to the TCP/IP jargon list:
Noyed (n): duplicate message or packet.
Annoyed (v): the feeling one gets when one receives a noyed.
Merton Campbell Crockett
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