(and kudo's to and as well!)
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…
Also, George Thorogood playing on the swanky new, Bluetooth enabled, stereo #AsItShouldBe
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 ;).
Unless it was just an error that re-listed it ... ?
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