[NetBehaviour] Why Microsoft Word (and Adobe, HP, Google, Intel)) must Die

Eduardo Valle dudavalle at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 30 01:32:26 CET 2013

Try to avoid despair ... 

You didnt understand or You are again being CYNIC ? I hope not ... As I hope that too from the others Members of the list ... But it is prove ... As Far as i know everybody was work to do ...

Do You think a British Citizen Will accept a country without a aerospatial program, i mean to very clear to You, Brasil is one of the  countries  without even a sattelite ... And remember G8 or G7 or G20 there are more than 200 countries in the World ... 

IPV6 is provisional Yes or no ???? , If there is an exponential  grow of the net there Will be no space, because i hope also that You as a specialist knows that the Internet is a space with a limited  space ...


Are the specialists AVOIDING in saying Who is going to Control each knowledge domain ???

 WHO ARE THEY ??? NAMES , AGAIN NAMES , TELL WHO IS WHO in that new Control.

Is the interview with Firefox CENSORED by the list , because it was in portuguese or because it was questioning the so called Open and free praticsed by The Google Imperium  ?

Funny the approval of the last message took very long, compared to others ... Very funny ! 

> Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2013 16:02:36 -0700
> From: rob at robmyers.org
> To: netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org
> Subject: Re: [NetBehaviour] Why Microsoft Word (and Adobe, HP, Google, Intel)) must Die
> On 24/10/13 06:39 PM, Eduardo Valle wrote:
> > Rob , first let me say you are a very good selector , nice links.
> Thank you.
> > But your kind of "funny ironic" answers ... some might say is CYNIC and
> > we know that some persons fell confortable in that situation ...
> I try to avoid despair.
> > And the worst is the silence of the others members of the list, that is
> > also syntomatic ...
> I imagine they have other work to do.
> > 1) Try to say to a British citizen in the 21st century that only 30% of
> > the population has access to internet ?And that access is very expensive
> > ??? So, be a little more serious on that subject , IT IS AN ABSURD !! No
> > matter if it is "free" or not, because thats another discussion. But
> > worst is a president that blame the others to appear as a "rebel" ...
> > 
> > http://www.itu.int/newsroom/press_releases/2003/30.html
> Breadth and depth are separate issues.
> I agree that access to the network is important. I was struck by an
> Indian activist's response I once heard to a British radical's dismissal
> of the idea of access to the network for (e.g.) subsistence farmers.
> Information such as weather reports is difficult to access in a timely
> and efficient manner through other means.
> So, to be clear, I agree that the network needs to be (re)distributed
> more evenly as a moral imperative (although we need to be very wary of
> the consequences of that for surveillance and market overreach).
> But the ability to use that access flexibly and efficiently (or
> "freely") is important if winning that access is not to be a hollow victory.
> > 2) Tell a British citizen that his aerospatial program do not exist ???
> > Maybe is more easy to be """"free"""" with a aerospatial program like
> > that  ...
> I'm sorry, I don't understand this point.
> > 3) Tell a British citizen that the Internet is his country is dominated
> > by an ICANN filliated that is a foundation of an ex dictator  ?
> British citizens are very used to dictators being embraced by their
> leadership, and for the most part I would imagine they still regard the
> details of the DNS system as arcane and irrelevant to their everyday life.
> > 4) I am being very objective again, WHO WILL DETAIN THE DOMAIN CONTROL
> > AND WHY ON IPV 6 ??? Nobody in the list knows that ? Who are deciding
> > that in each field ?
> I assume it's still ICANN, with all the problems and possibilities and
> alternatives that entails.
> > 5) F(r) ee ,  try to think on a  philosophical level, on a consumer
> > level, on an technological level ... and we are not even talking about
> > FINAZISM ...
> As I say, I try to avoid despair.
> > 6) IPV6 is a provisory solution , what is being thought in that sense ???
> I wasn't aware that IPv6 is provisional. It's taking long enough to
> adopt it, so I don't know what would come next. I love meshnets, but
> then I loved them in 2005. Some of the smarter people I know are moving
> to Retroshare, but that's still over IP.
> > 6) If ICANN servers will move, will move to where ?????
> It's hard to decide whether this is network politics or geopolitics, or
> an interesting blend of the two. In any case, you are right that it is a
> point that should be of more political interest than it seems to be.
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