[anti-abuse-wg] A Network without contact!
andre andre at ox.co.za
Sat Mar 30 09:54:33 CET 2013
On Fri, 29 Mar 2013 14:00:11 +0100 Gert Doering <gert at space.net> wrote: <snip snip> > > phone: +31 30977966 > These two look very much contactish to me. A postal address and a > phone number. > > How can someone contact this network? Does anyone know? > The phone thingie is something fairly recent, and a bit complicated. > You have to pick up the phone, then type these numbers into the > numbered keys. "+" will have to be entered as 00 or 000, or maybe as > "+", depending on the local setup, so you need to ask your local > phone expert how to work that. But then it's magic, you can hear the > person on the other and just as if he were standing besides you. > Gert Doering roflmao, the phone thingy is also increasing in complexity as it also takes pics, videos, pays for stuff purchased and in fact is becoming so sophisticated that it is easy to forget that you can also just talk into it... Hardcore old style / old school :) > -- NetMaster >-- >have you enabled IPv6 on something today...? IPV6? --> yip, my toaster! My toaster now successfully resolves to a domain name and it is even thinking of starting it's own blog... "All about toast and sliced bread in the twenty first century"