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Re[2]: pre-fetching

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Date: Fri, 08 Dec 95 09:19:19 GMT
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     any-one got any jokes

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Subject: Re: pre-fetching
Author:  www-talk@w3.org at Internet
Date:    08/12/95 09:12

I've been listening to the discussion of "pre-fetching" with only 
half an ear.
But from what I've heard I am beginning to think that it is a form 
of foul play.
If information providers begin to think that it is causing server load 
problems, they will also begin to think about locking the door.
But will they lock it by calling site or by client program?   Hmmm... 
(And will client programs continue to identify themselves correctly?)
William F. Hammond                   Dept. of Mathematics & Statistics 
518-442-4625                                  The University at Albany 
hammond@math.albany.edu                      Albany, NY 12222 (U.S.A.) 
http://math.albany.edu:8000/~hammond/                FAX: 518-442-4731 
Received on Friday, 8 December 1995 04:51:21 UTC

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