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P2P

P2P is how the internet was supposed to constructed. Instead we got an client - server architecture. So says this incredibly interesting and challenge-issuing report from the MIT Enterprise Technology Review. The most recent example of how this top current top-down architecture can cripple the internet is the VeriSign SiteFinder debacle. One top level screw up and the whole thing breaks....
on Oct 10, 2003