Anonynet
 n.— «Here’s how it works—on the Anonynet all packets are anonymous—its not an option, its an inherent feature. You can voluntarily tell someone on the Anonynet who you are, but even then there is no way to prove or disprove that fact based on the Anonynet protocols. Basically the Anonynet becomes the true “Wild West” style Internet that we briefly had after it broke free from the DoD and before the government and its cabal of identity busting media corporations got interested in it. Users of the Anonynet will intereact with each other based on trust—the generally supposition is that incoming packets from it are armed and dangerous, and that they can be responded to in like kind.» —“On anonymity and the Internet” The Long Dark Tech-Time of the Soul Nov. 25, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  1. Mrs. R says:

    Interesting concept. How did that work out?

    I’m just testing to see if my login works by commenting on word pick almost at random

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