Talk:Content delivery and distributed file sharing networks

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 Definition Technologies, generally used on the public Internet, to improving the efficiency and convenience of distributing content of interest to multiple users [d] [e]
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Is there too much detail about Torrent, which should be moved to its own article?

Any major missing services, from a technology standpoint?

Howard C. Berkowitz 13:49, 29 July 2008 (CDT)

NANOG or LISA references?

I know I've attended NANOG presentations where several colleges had hard data on the outlier bandwidth consumers in dormitories, demonstrably for music/video downloads, and found quota and social methods that brought this under reasonable control without undue annoyance to all except a few users. Unfortunately, I'm not immediately finding the presentations with searches. Is there anyone there that might remember who and when presented the material?

Howard C. Berkowitz 11:23, 31 July 2008 (CDT)