From: Vadim Antonov (no email)
Date: Wed Sep 17 1997 - 15:44:00 EDT
Kent W. England wrote:
> that point a pizza parlor owner says to himself "two out of every five of
> my customers are on the Internet. Perhaps I need a web page." And,
> suddenly, pizza on the Net makes a lot of sense and the traffic patterns
> shift. As the density grows to 90%, local traffic becomes dominant over
> distant traffic.
Georgaphically local, not topologically.
A *big* difference.
Unless we're willing to go back to regulated monopolies geographical
locality makes little difference in overall traffic patterns.