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Erik Nygren
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"Four years since World IPv6 Launch: entering the mainstream" - new post by me on the Akamai blog for ‪#‎v6launch‬ anniversary. (One highlight: most Akamai's Web products switched to dual-stack by default for new configurations, with other products switching their default soon.)

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Blog post on IPv6 in Mobile including some IPv6 deployment and mobile performance measurements :  https://blogs.akamai.com/2016/06/preparing-for-ipv6-only-mobile-networks-why-and-how.html

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Fun experiment from a few weeks ago:  braided and woven pasta.  This was done with freshly made linguini.  (Pasta braiding courtesy +Ksenia Samokhvalova.)  I was briefly tempted to try and make a pasta loom, but that seemed overkill.  I'm curious in the future to try more Pasta Textiles.   The texture is interesting.  We ended up serving it with a simple garlic, olive oil, and anchovy sauce.  #pastatextiles #pasta
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See IPv6 adoption broken down by country and network, as measured by Akamai at http://www.stateoftheinternet.com/ipv6

A number of countries including the US, Germany, and Belgium are now past 10%.

The percentages count the number of HTTP(S) requests to dual-stacked sites over IPv6 relative to the total number of HTTP(S) requests to those same sites.  The rank for the "Networks" view comes from the relative number of IPv6 requests from the ASNs that compose that network.
Akamai Launches New #IPv6 Trend Visualization Charts -

Today the folks over at Akamai launched a new set of IPv6 statistics and trend visualization charts that help confirm the ongoing growth of IPv6 that we are seeing all around the world. Launched as part of Akamai’s “State of the Internet” (SOTI) Trends…

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Sunset from Davis Square last night.
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Project finished!  Baby board book inspired by Tolkein's the Hobbit using photos that I've taken over the years.  It includes Bilbo's "Old Walking Song" (Roads Go Ever On).  See my blog post for details and additional photos.

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New set of blog posts about IPv6 with data on the strong growth in many adoption metrics during the second half of 2013.  As of mid-December 2013, over 5% of the requests to dual-stacked sites were delivered over IPv6 to users in each of the U.S.A., Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Peru, Romania, and Switzerland. If we exclude devices and browsers that don't aggressively support IPv6, we get a better perspective of IPv6 penetration into networks and see all of these numbers rise to include over 11% of requests.

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New set of blog posts about IPv6 with data on the strong growth in many adoption metrics during the second half of 2013.  As of mid-December 2013, over 5% of the requests to dual-stacked sites were delivered over IPv6 to users in each of the U.S.A., Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Peru, Romania, and Switzerland. If we exclude devices and browsers that don't aggressively support IPv6, we get a better perspective of IPv6 penetration into networks and see all of these numbers rise to include over 11% of requests.
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