"Reading through some of the comments posted by readers of The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal articles reporting on these developments," writes Larry Downes, one can't avoid the sense that no one really knows what anyone else really means by neutrality." maybe. And maybe this is a point worth noting too: "There's a simple solution to all this, one that might make a rational conversation about net neutrality possible. And that is to eliminate the distinction between common carriers and everyone else. Hold everyone to the same rules regardless of what information they are transporting–whether voice, video, television, data. Because regardless of who's doing what, these days it's all bits." Agreed.