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Re: [tor-talk] A Pluggable Transport based on i2p?

Try running a node on dial up. It wouldn't be practical. Would it technically work? Sure. Is it practical? I think not.

On 3/16/2017 11:24 PM, Dave Warren wrote:
On Thu, Mar 16, 2017, at 17:19, Kevin wrote:
I disagree.  In today's climate, speed matters.
Maybe for some use cases. If you're having a real time text
conversation, you need as many B/s as you can type (most likely 1-2
digits) and a multiple second latency is fine.

I first connected out to the world from my computer on a 2400bps modem
and got along just fine and had an absolutely amazing time. 33.6K was a
godsend and was more than functional for small documents. It doesn't fit
all modern use cases of the internet, but there are many things that are
more than sufficient on a very minimal connection.

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