Yes. I thought it made a lot of sense.
Quoting Tony Finch <dot(a)dotat.at>at>:
Wesley Parish <wes.parish(a)paradise.net.nz>
I once thought of developing a computer where
everything from the
functions to the peripherals was a network node.
In effect replacing
bus. I found references to a Cambridge U (UK)
computer system that
purported to do just that but couldn't find any more info on it.
The Desk Area Network, perhaps?
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