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I was pointed to this site from a friend with a better IT background than
mine. I had been asking about strategies for retaining conceptual
information and how difficult it has sometimes been for me to become
conversant in subjects such as these.
I'm wondering if anyone knows of productions with a similar approach that
discuss how packets are manipulated for transport, processing, and display
while explaining the function the OSI model layers in the process?
I've reached out to the movie's creators, but thought that asking around a
bit might help too. Please let me know if you have found anything with a
similar visual approach (it seems to communicate well with this "bear of
very little brain" very effectively).
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