From: "Robert S" <rsidtis@gmail.com>
To: <DNSTransition@ntia.doc.gov>
Date: Mon, Jul 3, 2006 2:30 AM
Subject: Net Neutrality, Universities

I am sure many people will say the same thing I want to say and probably do a better job. Net neutrality is a cornerstone to this fledgling technology. This technology has taken off since the 90s, less than 10 years ago. You really want to start governing something that no on knows about, or what it may become? I say let the Universities handle the traffic and if need be they can be subsidized. The reason for the universities is because the Internet is pure intellect. It is a vast library of every multimedia known to man categorized and indexed. If there eventually needs to be governance let there be, in 10 years. Do not fix what is not broken. Thank you for reading this, even though it never will be.

Concerned Citizen