It seems that the lettering at the top is to open channels (relate to the ticks on the bars).
I notice that the their chosen font size is extremely small and difficult to read.
As an aside, whoever put it together has got somethings completely wrong in the HTTP specification.
Perhaps that is the true indication that we're mis-managing the resource.
So I'm not sure that having business pay for the amount of (ab)use is the right way to go but, then perhaps a royalty would be a good way for governments to collect money off the internet and penalise the (ab)users of the resource. Robert Hazeltine [email protected](University of Western Sydney, Nepean) [email protected] (Private account at Zeta Microcomputer Software) From [email protected] Thu Jan 1 1998 From: [email protected] (Kim Davies) Date: Thu, 0800 Subject: ninemsn In-Reply-To: Quoting Bernard Robertson-Dunn: | Forgive me for I have sinned. I looked at the document source and it | starts: | | 2Eau&HL4=Wide World of Sports&HL5=sydney.au&HL6=Sydney Sid | /../ | no-cache: Cache-Control | no-cache: Pragma | Connection: Keep-Alive | Set-Cookie: | MC1=ID=e52c5e6680ce11d1a99600805fcbbeb8&NEWSOPINION=off&NEWSAUSSCI=on&CARPOIN T=off&MUSICTODAY=off&MSNAUST=off&POLLSTAR=off&NEWSAUSSPRT=on&CULTUREFIND=off&HL 1=au&HL2=Microsoft in Australia&HL3=wideworldofsports.ninem sn.com%Content-Length: | 38892 | Content-type: text/html | Expires: Will-be-filled-out-by-cache-proxy | Set-Cookie: ASPSESSIONID=WCBYOAXIBOUFPKUK; path=/ | Cache-control: private | | Can anyone translate the first part (ie before is the HTTP header.
It seems to me that the Internet shares much with other common property resources.
The economists never seem to have come to terms with the best management of these resources and politicians less so - cf the recent Kyoto Environment Conference.
It seems that they are more prepared to put their efforts into the dreaded web-measure java applet than readability.
There are lots of refreshes too, even without a reload. Robert Hazeltine [email protected](University of Western Sydney, Nepean) From [email protected] Thu Jan 1 1998 From: [email protected] (paul bambury) Date: Thu, 0000 Subject: techno arms race Message-ID: Isn't it depressing that some of the most pathological aspects of Real World (RW) politics are being reiterated & magnified by the commercialisation of the internet?Fewer than 8% of Australian Internet users believe there should be government censorship of the Internet.60% think that parents alone should take responsibility.Worse still, many of the government efforts appear directed at pushing the cost of enforcement onto third parties such as ISPs who can not reasonably be expected to police and monitor their users." Electronic Frontiers Australia chairman Kim Heitman commented: "Survey results like this have been repeated many times now. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- The advice offered in this email is not considered professional advice, or it would be accompanied by an invoice.They make it very clear that the Australian Attorneys-General are out of step with public opinion in their plans to censor the Internet. Couting hits, unique hits of course, user info .... No permission is granted for republication of comments, without written consent.Media Release January 1st 1998 POLL SHOWS AUSTRALIANS DON'T WANT INTERNET CENSORSHIP Results from the latest survey (10500 Australian Internet Users, November 1997) show continuing opposition to censorship of the Internet.