from the other-side-of-war dept.
Anselm writes "According to this article at Wired.com, "The war has left Iraq's Internet infrastructure in shambles. Now, a British ISP hopes to fund the reconstruction through sales of domain names ending in .iq." While I have no use for an IQ domain, the article does make me wonder: Should geeks around the world take the lead in getting Iraq back online?"
The relative importance of files depends on their cost in terms of the
human effort needed to regenerate them.
-- T.A. Dolotta