posted on Dec, 20 2007 @ 05:57 PM
reply to post by Skyfloating
Well first of all hiding from search engines spiders and bots its common practice... see nonstandard HTML code nofollow... see Robots Exclusion
Standard...see method For restricting bots... see Template:Bots....see rules for meta tags... the list go on and on.
Lots of reasons for this...you want to restrict access..
we do this is because we dont want normal web users to accidentally find themselves logged into the back-end or Admin side of a web site...
There's also a number of people like me who have servers set up for experimental code... not everything works the way I hoped it would and if it
makes my browsers crash, and I'm not a normal surfer, Think what it would do to your computer?
Yes we are hiding content all the time you would too...especially in this sue your neighbour era...
As to part two
Internet two is still in the developmental stages but it looks stable...
Now why we have a Internet 2 is simple see the one we have now is doing things it was never meant to do... How we get it to accomplish these tasks is
with huge patches that dont always work, in short were almost at the limit as to what can be done with the current standard...IT2 is the opportunity
to start fresh with a new slate and make cutting edge computing both faster and leave room for even greater developments.
so what are some of the changes? well how about being able to download a full HDDVD in seconds rather than hours or in the case of dial-ups days? How
about being able to never need software ever again...the master programs are kept in a server you just have to log on to use. Photo editing Publishing
...well you get the idea its time for a major overhaul...
How do I know all this? Well I'm a member of the ISOC
and the Open Source Initiative
But dont get me started on this you all know how we geeks can just go on and on and on and on....