[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Re: [wg-c] Eureka?
Far off the mark, once again.
It is dangerous for the community, not for the company who would like to
make a fat profit out of it.
P.D. A company that does not want to make a profit of something is called a
"non-profit corporation". A for-profit corporation has capital and
investors who expect to get a return on their investment. I very much doubt
that they would put the interest of the community over their R.O.I. (return
At 19:25 7/08/99 -0400, Milton Mueller wrote:
>Ross Wm. Rader wrote:
>> The idea that an individual or organization should manage any
>> portion of TLD space for it's own benefit is both dangerous and stupid.
>Just so I know:
>Is it also "dangerous and stupid" for any enterprise
>to manage for its own profit:
>1) radio spectrum bands?
>2) real estate?
>3) third-level domain names under a registered SLD?
>4) an Internet exchange point?
>5) a domain name server?
>6) telecommunication links into the Internet?
>7) a domain name brokerage for SLDs?
>8) an Internet access provider?
>m i l t o n m u e l l e r // m u e l l e r @ s y r . e d u
>syracuse university http://istweb.syr.edu/~mueller/