Re: [ga] Lynn Reform Presentation @ APRICOT 2002 Bangkok - Scribe'sNotes Available
Ben could you elaborate on stuarts comment "Would like to provide a
future-looking talk re "IPv28" and "how to assign an IP address to every
atom in the universe."
Aparently the number of "atoms in the universe" spans from 10^78 to just
under 10^81, IPv6 has an address space of 2^128 which is much less than
10^78. Where does his refrence come from, or is stuart talking
about IPv8 ;-)
On Wed, 6 Mar 2002, Ben Edelman wrote:
> I was asked by staff of APRICOT to prepare scribe's notes for selected
> plenary keynote sessions of the APRICOT 2002 conference in Bangkok this
> week. Among those sessions was a presentation by Stuart Lynn of his
> thoughts on the need for reform of ICANN and proposed methods of doing so.
> My sense is that many on this list are interested in his comments on this
> subject, and it's for that reason that I announce here the availability of
> these notes.
> My APRICOT 2002 notes are posted at <http://www.apricot2002.net/scribe/>.
> Stuart's talk is in file <http://www.apricot2002.net/scribe/030602-1.html>.
> Ben Edelman
> Berkman Center for Internet & Society
> Harvard Law School
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