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From: Graham Klyne <GK-lists@ninebynine.org>
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 15:33:38 +0000
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This may be of interest... I imagine some may wish to respond to the 
comments about URL persistence ;-)


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>This draft is a work item of the Internet Architecture Board Working Group 
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>         Title           : A Survey of Internet Identities
>         Author(s)       : P. Faltstrom, G. Huston
>         Filename        : draft-iab-identities-00.txt
>         Pages           : 28
>         Date            : 2004-3-17
>This memo provides an overview of the various realms of
>    identification used within the Internet protocol suite, with specific
>    observations on the role and purpose of the Domain Name System within
>    this environment.
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