Three of the best: Long reads

By on 27 Dec 2018

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Part of the ‘Three of the best’ series, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.

While many of our readers like to read our posts between meetings or on a 10-minute bus ride home, there are some who still enjoy a long, thought provoking read. And what better time to catch up on these than over the holiday break.

  1. The DNS Camel… — This was a popular phrase coined by Bert Hubert that continually popped it’s head up over the course of the year, which took aim at the trend to continually lump more and more tasks into the DNS.
  2. Internet economics is a thing and we need to take note — Geoff Huston discusses the importance of being able to measure the economic impact of the Internet and its services as being vital for the fair and effective operation of markets.
  3. DoH — it’s DNS Jim, but not as we know it! — Sara Dickinson recounts and explains what has been going on with DNS over the past five years, including the status of the IETF standards DNS over TLS (DoT) and DNS over HTTPS (DoH).

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