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    ISP Smackdown!

    INFO SCIENCE: In a forgettable article in today's New York Times, reporter Saul Hansell talks about how MSN has managed to increase revenue despite adverse... zzz... Oh sorry, I was drifting off there from a complete lack of interest.

    What was interesting though is how AOL and MSN are both still loosing market share. Even more interesting is that these big-four ISP's have been collectively loosing market share since their peak in '02. Where do you think the other 55% of internet connections come from? Is there really still that big of a market for mom-and-pop shops? I suspect work VPN is a big chunk of people, but not that big.

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