Curiousity got the better of me, and I found out that my old college,
FAU, is part of the
Internet2. Ah, to
be part of a non-commercial highspeed network.
But in looking over FAU's
for hooking up to the Internet2, I notice that not one of the projects
requiring use of the Internet2 is from the
Computer Science and
Engineering Department. Sadly, I don't find that at all surprising,
especially when they're having all students turn in ANSI C programs in
Microsoft Word format. I kid you not.
I, or my friend
Mark, could go
on and on about it all, but I'll stop here.
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