Often used in global gaming tournaments. Let’s say Japan is the likely best team. Gamers from other countries will DDoS the heck out of Japanese DNS, the Japanese game servers, *and* points from other countries that feed into those servers. Result? Japanese team can’t connect or gets extreme lag.

Often used in global gaming tournaments. Let’s say Japan is the likely best team. Gamers from other countries will DDoS the heck out of Japanese DNS, the Japanese game servers, *and* points from other countries that feed into those servers.

Result? Japanese team can’t connect or gets extreme lag.

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Same. I like having broadband internet. Always on (mostly). Dial-up was “choice” – but this is far better.

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It’s good to step away, allows consolidation to happen in the background while you do other things.

Come back refreshed, new stuff to apply.
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It really is! I tripped over this combinatory thing when looking up library classification schemes and for a popular Indian library classification, colon classification or “faced classification”, I came across fascinating notions that led here to this kind of thing:
 
https://arxiv.org/abs/0803.2694
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 Each has unique identity and ALSO is connected to a root but they don’t commute into each other.
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 Uniqueness. Same Parents can have many children but none are the same.
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 Now think of siblings as variation underneath a layer of parents?

You get uniquness and fascinating interactions yet also describable by the parents. A layer.

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