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Good to see HP still fighting, and will indeed be interesting to see how the other (soon to be former) Aruba customers shake out.
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Disrupt6? My company!
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It sure would be great if DISA would provision IPv6 connectivity to/through the shiny new JRSS instances ... 
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Good to see +T-Mobile showing the IPv6 volume we've been expecting ;)

(and kudo's to +Comcast and +Verizon Wireless as well!)
 
T-Mobile USA Crosses 50% #IPv6 Deployment, Verizon Wireless 65%, AT&T 38% -

Great news for IPv6 deployment! Our colleague Mat Ford just wrote about the February 2015 World IPv6 Launch measurements and noted that T-Mobile USA crossed over the 50% IPv6 deployment mark! They join fellow North American wireless carrier Verizon…
Great news for IPv6 deployment! Our colleague Mat Ford just wrote about the February 2015 World IPv6 Launch measurements and noted that T-Mobile USA crossed over the 50% IPv6 deployment mark! They ...
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Progress continues ... just need more, faster :)   #IPv6  
 
#IPv6 Is Still on the Horizon - http://ow.ly/J0BrC
Several new developments show that IPv6 still hovers on the horizon, but will be in use before we know it.
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IPv6 is a competitive advantage for security and operational agility 
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Just proof that it is legal / runs ... before I get new tires tomorrow and, possibly, start breaking stuff again ... Proof, as in tags and stickers are all legit, and it is idling in the driveway now - after two successful commutes, and a couple trips around the front yard for good measure!

#Jeep


Also, George Thorogood playing on the swanky new, Bluetooth enabled, stereo #AsItShouldBe
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(FWLIW - I am sitting in the waiting room as they begin to mount, balance, etc. the new tires ... )
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In the last ~three days my Jeep went from a pile of almost illegal yard art to a functional, legal vehicle.  Broke stuff fixed, passed inspections, re-insured, re-registered, new plates issued and it survived the commute to work this AM.  Feels good to have it back on the road, been WAAAY too long.  

It is going to take some time to get reaquainted with locker wiggle and body sway ... it handles just a little bit differently than a Mustang ;).


#Jeep    #Accomplishment  
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+Rebecca Evans - Bah, just money.  (cough)

Jeep survived commute #2, let's keep that trend alive!
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Shared from a coworker; ah the flashbacks!
"The Internet Show (1995): http://youtu.be/IzqMrhG50q0 "

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I was also in Jacksonville florida - no one believed the internet was important to life and commerce. 
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Sidenote: I hope Apple appeals and wins against this (alleged) patent troll, and sees the error of their ways as well and stops abusing the patent system themselves.
Summary:The tech giant must cough up roughly half a billion after being found guilty of using Smartflash patents without permission.
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+TJ Evans If anything, I hope this incident is the straw that broke the camel's back. Because WE lose as consumers when this type of predatory activity is allowed. 
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This old trope, expounded upon ... #IPv6  
 
This week’s myth is interesting because if we weren’t talking security it wouldn’t be a myth. Say what? The phrase “96 more bits, no magic” is basically a way of saying that IPv6 is just like IPv4, with longer addresses. From a pure routing and switching…
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+vint cerf talking about "Internet of Things" (and maybe some IPv6) on Star Wars Day??  _Win!_
 
May 4th - Don't miss Vint Cerf speaking on the Internet of Things and future of the web at The National Press Club​ Luncheon
Vinton G. "Vint" Cerf, widely recognized as one of the co-founders of the Internet, will discuss the Internet of Things and the future of the Web at a National Press Club luncheon on Monday, May 4.
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Has anyone told you, that you 'looks the the Architect from the Matrix?'  - Stephen Colbert
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The Nexus5 is still a solid choice; so much so that they are sold out again according to Play.

Unless it was just an error that re-listed it ... ?
The Nexus 6 might be the current flagship but Google has put the Nexus 5 back on the Google Play store.
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Still prefer the 4 with a better CPU.  My problem with the 5 is the glass TBH, I've broken the screen three times in eight months whereas the 4 (and other phones I owned before that) not once in years.  Still vastly prefer the 5 over that mini-tablet they try to call a phone, the 6.
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Exactly; burying your head in the sand is not a defense ... #IPv6  
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I remmeber one talk (a few years back, even) where the speaker said "I've seen two kinds of networks: There are dual-stack networks where IPv6 is configured by the sysadmin ... and there are dual-stack networks where IPv6 is configured by the hackers. There are no pure IPv4 networks any more."
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I do IPv6, Networking, Jeeps (off-road) and Mustangs (on-road).  
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