Network Working Group C. Partridge Request for Comments: 1313 BBN 1 April 1992
This memo provides information for the Internet community. It does not specify an Internet standard. Distribution of this memo is unlimited.
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Here's today's programming for today, Wednesday, 1 April 1992.
Phil's special guest today is Dr. David Mills, who will explain the special problems of correcting for the Doppler effect when trying to properly synchronize the new WWV receiver chip in your PC while flying on the Concorde.
Award winning Nighttime News gives you a full hour on those key facts you need to know before going to bed. Be sure to catch our network outage report with Elise Gerich. (Elise's report is sponsored by ANS).
Call in your favorite Internetwork questions to Ole Jacobsen and his guests. Tonite's featured guests are John Moy, prime author of OSPF, and Milo Medin who will talk about how OSPF is great, but you really need to test it on 1822 networks to understand why.
Join the irrepressable Marty for five hours of eye-opening talk and commentary. Hear the latest on the commercial state of data networking in the US and who is at fault for limiting its growth. Special guest Kent England plans to drop by the studio today -- listen in for the flames!
Gordon Cook solicits advice from Prof. David Farber on good ways to develop a research career. (In the likely event that Prof. Farber is unavailable at the last minute, Prof. Farber has arranged for Prof. David Sincoskie to take his place).
Dan Lynch is on vacation this week and Vint Cerf is taking his place. Today Vint has lunch with Mitch Kapor of the EFF, MacArthur genius Richard Stallman, and Gen. Norman Schwartzkopf. Don't miss Vint's suggestions for wines to go with today's business lunch! [Lunch with Lynch is sponsored by Interop. Wines are provided by the vineyards in return for promotional considerations].
Join Joyce and Jon as they report on the key networking news of the day. Don't miss their update on the latest address and port assignments and tips on upcoming RFCs!
Today Marshall Rose will take out his two-by-four and apply it to Phill Gross for violating the Internet Standard Meeting Rules at the last IETF and starting a session before 9 AM. Additional victims to be announced. Today's show will be available as a book from Prentice Hall by next Tuesday.
Listen in to the Marina's favorite local DJ. Hear why They never listen and Never will! How come The Book's publishers don't seem to be able to add and why ATM is Another Technical Mistake. Then join MAP at 7:45 for a wee bit of this week's preferred single malt.
Liven up your evening with the protocol police. Join our intrepid team of Stev Knowles and Mike St. Johns as they debug various TCP/IP implementations from the comfort of Mike's hot tub using Stev's water-proof portable PC. Last week they caught Peter Honeyman hijacking an NFS implementation. This week they're joined by Yakov Rehkter with his new Roto-Router tool, designed to catch routing anomalies. Who will our team nab this week?
As part of this week's special series on children and networking, Bob Morris and Jerry Estrin talk about how much you should teach your young children about networking.
Come eavesdrop as Steve Kent and Steve Crocker give you this week's latest security news (if they're allowed to talk about it). And remember, just after 11 o'clock Steve and Steve will be reading this week's encrypted message. If you're the first caller to call in with the right DES key to decrypt the message, you'll win $1,000 and an all expenses paid trip to Ft. Meade! (US nationals only please).
Security issues are discussed in the above section.
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