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The Great Rewiring
"Peer-to-peer is the more kind of philosophical question; Web services right now is a more technological set of questions. But I think the two can actually inform one another quite a bit. It's plain to anybody looking at the peer-to-peer movement that one of the things it's critically lacking is an agreed-upon set of infrastructure and data standards. This is what Web services is trying to create, obviously, at its core. It seems likelier to me that peer- to-peer will converge on standards pioneered by the Web services people, rather than on standards arising directly out of the peer-to-peer world."
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