1994-08-22 - Re: Another Denning’s view

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From: Dave Banisar <tc@phantom.com>
To: Pat Farrell <pfarrell@netcom.com>
Message Hash: 6c2234366da66574f7fc6fd5b927ca4f4287ca9e8c8f3f41b9732973c126461b
Message ID: <Pine.3.89.9408212141.B7638-0100000@mindvox>
Reply To: <49314.pfarrell@netcom.com>
UTC Datetime: 1994-08-22 01:39:10 UTC
Raw Date: Sun, 21 Aug 94 18:39:10 PDT

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From: Dave Banisar <tc@phantom.com>
Date: Sun, 21 Aug 94 18:39:10 PDT
To: Pat Farrell <pfarrell@netcom.com>
Subject: Re: Another Denning's view
In-Reply-To: <49314.pfarrell@netcom.com>
Message-ID: <Pine.3.89.9408212141.B7638-0100000@mindvox>
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Of course times do charge. Just a few short years ago, D. Denning opposed 
S.266, the precursor to the digital telephony proposal. Then she moved 
out of her safe home in Palo Alto (the nice side) and moved to the big bad
city inside the beltway and became a law enforcement control freak.