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Upwardly Mobile: IPv6 For Mobile?

By James Turner
November 25, 2013

IPv6 is the global warming of the computer industry, an impending disaster that most folks don’t seem to be taking as seriously as they should be. We’re well into the exhaustion phase of the IPv4 address space, but most ISPs …

IPv6 day and the state of the edge

IPv6 day and the state of the edge
By Jim Stogdill
June 6, 2012

Will IPv6 give us back an open Internet? Or has address scarcity already set the course for gravitational determinism and continued centralization?

Developer Week in Review: Start your lawyers!

Developer Week in Review: Start your lawyers!
By James Turner
June 22, 2011

The legal community continued to feed off IP disputes among software giants, Microsoft brings the Kinect SDK to Windows, and the web switches IPv6 on for a day, but did anyone notice?

The Watering Hole - I.P. Freely

The Watering Hole - I.P. Freely
By James Turner
May 1, 2010

Nice VPN youse gots here. Be a shame if sumpting were to happen to it, right Louie?

The Watering Hole - Addressing an Acute Shortage

The Watering Hole - Addressing an Acute Shortage
By James Turner
April 30, 2010

Remember the days when giving MIT a class A address space seemed like a good idea?

IPv6 addresses for community networks

IPv6 addresses for community networks
By Andy Oram
August 23, 2009

You aren't really on the Internet unless you have a fixed IP address. A proposed policy would spread the power of the Internet more broadly by granting blocks of IPv6 addresses to small non-profit networks.

My 2009 Resolution: Learn IPv6

By James Turner
January 4, 2009

In which the author recounts his adventures getting an IPv6 tunnel hooked up to his home network.


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