“Hello World” for the interplanetary Internet

November 27, 2008 · Filed Under Networking, News · Comment 

News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the WebSpace, final network frontier: the Disruption-Tolerant Networking protocol (DTN, previously known as Delay Tolerant Networking) has sent out its first wails the last weeks when the NASA engineers have tested the first interplanetary-class network communication. It’s an historic step that opens novel opportunities to communicate in space, remote-control probes and eventually to liaise with the future human outposts in the Solar System.

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Hello world :-)

June 30, 2008 · Filed Under Babel fish, Sir Arthur's Den · Comment 

Babel fishI’ve made it, finally and against any possible unfavorable weather prevision I’ve closed the test cycle on AlterVista / Lycos Tripod and I’ve switched to the official publishing on Sir Arthur’s Den. It’s lousy hot these days in Bologna, and also thanks to an (un)usually unstable UMTS connection, an unusually unstable museum-PC and an unusually financial situation… namely not, painful as usual, I’ve made a double work to arrange the right server configuration.

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