[kwlug-disc] DailyTech - Concerned About Privacy? You're Probably up to no Good, Says Google CEO

Lori Paniak ldpaniak at fourpisolutions.com
Fri Dec 11 23:55:04 EST 2009

Sure, but if I'm away from home, or want a static (Bell's DNS servers
drift around), reliable DNS service, my feeling is that I have to pay
for another one.

Bell's DNS used to be a real PITA, but for the past couple of years I
have been quite happy with it.  Beats the heck out of Rogers' magazine

On Fri, 2009-12-11 at 23:20 -0500, Paul Nijjar wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 11:09:48PM -0500, Lori Paniak wrote:
> > I am guessing that a good, reliable DNS service that doesn't pull any
> > funny business is something one has to pay for - like any service.  
> But if you have an ISP you already are paying for that service! 
> Once upon a time purchasing "internet service" meant getting DNS
> lookups (as opposed to advertising vehicles disguised as DNS
> lookups). I guess the heady days of those package deals are over,
> though. 
> - Paul
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