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> Well, of course, in a corporate office, the individual user
> doesn't get an individual pipe to the internet, so
> you are advocating running a stream on your desktop and
> listening for the screams from down the hall?
People stream content all day long. If your network is surviving the
World Cup, then I think a little audio would be OK. ;)
FWIW, all the stock and news tickers chew up a bunch of bandwidth as
well. Then you have IMs, email, the sneaky Facebookers, Twitter...
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