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||Fri, October 20, 2000 at 12:25 AM GMT
||Microsoft Internet Explorer V5.5 using Windows 95
||Problem to be solved
The basic problem of people
with identical names has not been circumvented. Simply adding numbers to a first
name i.e. Bob2.Smith.pid destroys the consistent structure that the rest of the domain
seeks to apply. |
The logical conclusion are addresses of the form Bob3264.Smith.pid.
The format of the first name is inconsistent and easy to mistake. Also, I doubt whether
such an address would be particulary desirable.
To address the consistency
issue, perhaps some form of unique identifier should be built into each address e.g.
each address has a level containing a 4 digit code.
The communicative features
of the application are interesting and innovative but can be applied adequately using
contemporary e-mail addresses / structures.
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- an interesting idea ocraml, November 5 @ 1:40 AM (0/0)
- Many people with the same name hunter, November 4 @ 1:13 PM (1/1)
- Never heard/seen a more stupid idea Lou, November 2 @ 10:36 PM (2/2)
- innovation idea dargento, November 1 @ 1:38 PM (0/0)
- let's get free corbetta, October 26 @ 8:31 AM (0/0)
- too many ........ Perito Gaudi, October 25 @ 1:27 PM (0/0)
- Problem to be solved jweb, October 20 @ 12:25 AM (1/2)
- Proposition to ICANN, Applicants & Internet Community Pistoff, October 18 @ 6:32 PM (0/0)
- a PID for both physical and digital space Marco Brizzi, October 18 @ 2:59 PM (0/0)
- .pid, a real World-on-Web application TheWizard, October 17 @ 11:41 AM (0/0)
- More Info silvia, October 14 @ 8:38 AM (4/4)