Burt Likko reacts badly to a bare pantry.
We start our cooking school with one of the youngest cooking methods there is: Roasting.
In architectural design, we are keenly aware of what is a consumer item versus a commodity.
The faucet in the bathroom is the consumer item that reflects the diverse tastes and status demands of the marketplace; So there are a jillion makes and models in a highly competitive marketplace arrangement.
The pipes in the wall are the commodity, that no one cares about, so there are only 2 or 3 types available in a near-monopoly arrangement.
So in this analogy, ISPs are the pipes, and content is the faucet.
No one except tech geeks really care about how ISPs work, since no one really wants an ISP. What we want is HBO, Facebook, and text messaging.
So yeah, I am not overly adamant on how ISPs deliver my Facebook, as I am adamant that my choice of content is unrestricted.