For example, the notion of putting a printer URL on your business card was
heavily discussed during development of IPP.
IBM Printing Systems
"Mark Anthony Beadles" <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 10/27/99 12:59:30
To: Harry Lewis/Boulder/IBM@IBMUS
cc: "'Glen Zorn'" <email@example.com>, "'Maximilian Riegel'"
"'Calhoun, Patrice'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: IPP> RE: New internet draft:
Do you anticipate that printer URLs will become a mechanism for
party-to-party communication, like FAX is now? If so, then what is the
difference between a printer and a FAX?
Doesn't "printer" imply a device that I use to create a physical _copy_ of
my document, while a FAX implies that I want to electronically _transmit_
document to someone else? IOW, many FAX devices nowadays contain no paper
received FAXs are displayed electronically.
If IPP is supposed to be a party-to-party communication mechanism, then it
may make sense to include this in the phone book entry for a Service
Provider's contact info.
+ Mark Anthony Beadles +
+ email@example.com +
+ Vox 614.565.1308 Pager 888.660.8427 +