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Dr. Suess on Network Computing

Blake Parker <BParker at arcmail.COM> writes:

	Dr Seuss explains why computers sometimes crash:

	If a packet hits a pocket on a socket on a port,

An oldie but goodie. But like most copies, it has two major mistakes.
It  is  less than half the original, and it doesn't credit the author
(who wasn't Dr Seuss, but Gene Ziegler writing in his style). You can
find a correct version at the author's site:
The rest of it is quite good, too.  And he has a wonderful commentary
on the mangling of his poem at:
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