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End of the Universe was IPv4 runout at ARIN. Now we snapback to being cannibals against shared tech.

Good luck AS about getting your ipv6 (nicely, kindly, &c) accessible deep beyond your border, sorry everyone mapping this stuff in.
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The Littoral Space, on shores and life, by +Warren Ellis Official,
https://medium.com/matter/my-life-standing-on-the-shore-8729914598ee

There's a pivot where we find out how to make life sustainable with less, start to invest our time and energy into needing less of both. Such that the waves and riptides pull less of us out. Be alert for the emergence of this nextness, be vocal and alert others of it's coming.
My life, standing on the shore.
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Verisign shelling out a couple million bucks to become registrar of internatinoalized ".com" registries. Ugg ICANN, this whole new gTLD thing is terrible. This is another particularly egregious, terrible confusion-creating pot of problems you've set on the fire here. Verisign had "wanted" to let existing .com owners get their internatinoalized variants for free, but nope, that's out. Now if you try your non-English language gTLD, who knows what you'll get? And oh hey, if you do want to make things for your users, how many hundreds of dollars a year are you going to pay ICANN, assuming the full flush even is available?
http://domainincite.com/19024-idn-com-hits-the-root

Recently, the $2500 .sucks gTLD blackmail,
https://plus.google.com/113218107235105855584/posts/3MKdF49sMpk
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Chrome getting on with the work to report HTTP Key Pinning violations. A decent step.
https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=445793

It's a shame the Chrome team has decided to disregard dnssec+dane. Not a perfect measure, relies on the dns registrar not being subverted and some informal sync with them, but there's a lot more than HTTP out there and gee it'd be nice to broaden our network security scope, rather than just build security systems for HTTP.
https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=50874
An open-source project to help move the web forward.
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I could maybe de-hard drive this colo box before sending it back & equip it with the quasi-bleeding edge radeon (radeon 285, new tonga pro/gcn 1.2) but it'd still be kind of near permitted power budget if it does get used. And just as importantly, they are offered in stealth form factor, in not huge ranks of bigass bigfan-ned form factors: it wouldn't look like a power drinking beast. But I don't want to de-hard drive it. It's going to continue to look like a seed-boxy thing.

The nutso part is, I could stuff it full of chromeboxes and it would be well under the power budget. Were I further motivated to go there, for 150% more I could even load it full of 0.5TB ssds that would sum out to the levels of storage already present, for little budging in that budget.
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Old Steam showed network I/O when updating. New Steam shows network I/O and disk I/O. What a huge improvement! There was always such mystery- why is this slow, what is happening, is my ISP messing with me?

Being able to see the systems is what concretizes the virtual into something which is real. Without operational tooling, without feedback to see what is happening, technology is magic. That's good enough to sell products, but it's not good enough to keep us human.

Recently, network monitoring ought be a service available to end users, and being perpetual victim to spooky action a distance,
https://plus.google.com/113218107235105855584/posts/bwT1Vu12Anc
https://plus.google.com/113218107235105855584/posts/DgyP6mmJVeC
https://plus.google.com/113218107235105855584/posts/Q9cbKT9KjT3
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This was actually the short part of the night. The longer part was once again getting lost in the Mouser catalog. When you think you've found awesome parts, then you need to start hunting for the rest of the parts you'll need to use those nice chips you've found. But here's Jupiter-
http://conferences.sigcomm.org/sigcomm/2015/pdf/papers/p183.pdf
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I had "End of Universe 5th Anniversary" on my calendar, Sunday the 26th of July. Not sure what for. Some part of me thinks it was a compacted Restaurant at the End of the Universe reference, that the day may have been mentioned there, but the rest of me rather thinks not. Happy End of the Universe Anniversary all.
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Chrome getting on with the work to report HTTP Key Pinning violations. A decent step.
https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=445793

It's a shame the Chrome team has decided to disregard dnssec+dane. Not a perfect measure, relies on the dns registrar not being subverted and some informal sync with them, but there's a lot more than HTTP out there and gee it'd be nice to broaden our network security scope, rather than just build security systems for HTTP.
https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=50874
An open-source project to help move the web forward.
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Samsung taking the exact opposite approach of Apple trying to push the world on towards IPv6, filtering IPv6 for all non-awake (screen not on) devices,
http://lists.cluenet.de/pipermail/ipv6-ops/2015-June/010634.html

Wow. This is abysmal, going to cause a decade of pain and suffering even if they immediately stop shipping this broken buggy busted behavior and start shipping fixes.
Samsung phones block WiFi IPv6 when sleeping, delayed notifications. John Mann john.mann at monash.edu. Wed Jun 10 07:33:08 CEST 2015. Previous message: Looking for information on IGP choice in dual-stack networks; Next message: Samsung phones block WiFi IPv6 when sleeping, delayed notifications ...
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We have ES.next() with Babel,
So long as we don't attempt to do anything interactively.
https://github.com/babel/babel/issues/1264
This used to work for me in 4.x, but since updating it doesn't seem like import works interactively any more. [chris /tmp/aaa]$ npm i kefir kefir@1.3.1 node_modules/kefir [chris /tmp/aaa]$ babel-n...
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DC tried to make this "old" church (3rd Church of Christ, Scietist, wtf?) a historical building- this crass crude brutalist thing. Well, that was appropriately denied. Unfortunately the replacement is this caustic useless crass and crude business building, entirely without virtue. I'm way more in favor of the bold, useless freaks than I am the pedestrian freakereque, the common connundrumatical site. So goes. Oh bland, how you incur unto us.
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