These are two incomplete network architectures that have exaggerated design features. We thus explore advantages of network architectures that differ significantly from today’s Internet. Internet is centralized in several ways
Internet prescribes certain behaviors, then rewards their opposites. DSR is meant to move data between diverse places, much as Internet. DSR pays close attention to incentives of those who control the pieces of a network. Its rhetoric presumes a simple economy without large institutions to operate major network components. It includes small money thru which to motivate various service providers. It solves the spam problem. It assumes and survives hostile network nodes. It requires re-architecting much of today’s Internet.