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QUICKSCAN Indexed-Video Electronic Publishing
BLUE SKY?

Consider the premise of "Internet as Precursor." Final mile optical fiber and other new infrastructure will bring unlimited two-way broadband to everyone now restricted by copper. What happens then?

With absolutely no supporting evidence, let's postulate that an advanced Internet Protocol permits the switching of video fields/frames in addition to packets of data.

What would this do to the speed of broadband communications?

Would it simplify the whole protocol?

Would it represent a paradigm shift for the personal computer/internet business model?

The QUICKSCAN "address" is a contender for sparking such an evolutionary step. While in its present embodiment it typically includes "name of publication, date of publication and page number" the patent language permits any choice of "UNIQUE ALPHANUMERIC CHARACTERS CORRESPONDING TO VIDEO INFORMATION."

Let's discuss it.