Re: Thick vs.thin (was: [ga] Casting stones)
correct, Michael appears to have reversed the meaning. in your context
thick: mamanges contact
thin: does not manage contacts
On Wed, 7 Aug 2002, Joop Teernstra wrote:
> At 07:31 p.m. 6/08/2002 -0400, Michael Froomkin - U.Miami School of Law wrote:
> > > (*) Used like Lessig does it. Think, for instance, about thick vs.
> > > thin registry. Thick registry does, in particular, mean that you
> > > can do some jurisdiction shopping as far as privacy of registrants
> > > is concerned. That's much more difficult with a thin registry.
> > >
> Perhaps I am not fully awake today, but isn't it the other way round?
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