Schism hits Domain Name System

Rodger, Will
February 1997
Inter@ctive Week;02/24/97, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p7
Focuses on the Enhanced Domain Name System (EDNS), computer software. Features of the system; Details on the shut down of the first EDNS system; Comments from Karl Denninger EDNS co-founder and president of Macro Computer Services Incorporated.


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