Telephony. Sounds harmless enough.
First, a definition from Merriam-Webster: “the use or operation of an apparatus (as a telephone) for transmission of sounds as electrical signals between widely removed points.”
Gotcha. I’m with you. Me hear pretty, oll korrect.
Now let me just dip into my pile of telephony white papers, which I’ve been using as a doorstop until now (through
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to recite the Magna Carta while your four-year-old son aims a vacuum cleaner at your mouth? No? See, it’s like that—when your conversation consists of bits and bytes (which it does, if you’re talking over the Internet), and some of them suddenly disappear altogether (which they will, because the Internet’s really good at that if your infrastructure is shaky), then you can end up with some pretty choppy talk—or with calls that are dropped altogether. Can you really afford the inefficiencies and