Friday, January 30, 2009

"The economy of means is founded on the richness of technology"

The quality of VoIP highly depends on the economy of bandwidth needed to transport the packets.
That is to say "Less is More".
The first move in any creative process is to introduce constraints.
This brings potentials into focus which may be overlooked in more generous conditions.
A "smart director of the Internet Revolution" could say:

"All I need to make a movie is a computer, a room, a man and a (pretty) girl."
Of course you also need some brain.

The goal for every Net content is "Shrinking".
The smallest the packages, the biggest the audience.
And in the case of VoIP:

"VoIP is limitation, the essence of every call is compression."

Patrizia from a World on IP


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Hello, nice stuff on your site. I need to spend more time on my site about VOIP and other buster voip stuff. Thanks for some ideas.

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