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Topic # 151135 15-Aug-2014 08:05
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Hey I came across this headline on the NZ Herald this morning and was hoping to get some thoughts on it.

The article basically implies that "the internet is running out of room". It says that the problems that brought down the site ebay could become a regular occurrence. I would love to get some more knowledgable opinions on this?

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  Reply # 1108783 15-Aug-2014 08:09
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Hmmm, Have NZ Herald staff been reading Geekzone again?

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=49&topicid=151116

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  Reply # 1108843 15-Aug-2014 09:50
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Hey, as above there is a discussion about this so you can continue there.

Another user suggested moving this to the Introduction forums so I did - welcome to Geekzone.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1108844 15-Aug-2014 09:52
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Hey there, wilkomen to geekzone!

And no, the internet never runs out of space. People just make more space. Sometimes the transition can be tricky, but there is always a solution!

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  Reply # 1109154 15-Aug-2014 16:05
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Welcome to Geekzone

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  Reply # 1109162 15-Aug-2014 16:33
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Welcome, we're all here to greet and meet you ON the internet, so there's still space :)

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