from the looking-at-the-inevitable dept.
dbarclay10 writes: "There's an interesting article over at Byte about what happens when nobody accepts incoming connections any more, like when more people start using firewalls or NAT. Specifically, it talks about peer-to-peer networking(a la Napster), and how it would be affected. Good read."
Can anyone remember when the times were not hard, and money not scarce?