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>So, while the ideal distributed serving situation for individuals may
>not be here yet, the options certainly seem to be expanding. I am
>curious, though, as to how many individuals will make use of it for
>distributing content beyond MP3s, warez, porn, and assorted pictures of
>Brittany Spears.  For example, the Hotline program, which offers file
>sharing, chat, and newsgroups on an ordinary PC, has been around for
>years, but doesnt seem to have caught on much beyond the warez/porn
>crowds. Im curious as to why that is: the server software cost? The
>bandwidth? Ties up your machine? Or is it lack of awareness, a
>preference for the web, or... ?


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>Id like to hear what others think about it all....
>
>-amy


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