One from many
I was going to post this as a comment on Jay Fry's ( @jayfry3 ) article on cloudcommons, but I cannot post a comment. So
The cloud is falling, says Gartner - tablets and mobility should top IT's list instead
For lunch today - citibank
citibank + social media = #FAIL
twitter says that citibank has lied to the press and their customers regarding their security breach. This is an example of how a company should NOT use social media. Because the SoDOMM (acronym credit to @tomforemski) (pronounced - "sodom" as in Sodom and Gomorrah) may come back and bite them in the arse, if someone bothers to look and follow up on the social distribution of mass media.
As reported by qq xeyeteam here - spoof_StatusBar - http://xeyeteam.appspot.com/media/agh4ZXlldGVhbXINCxIFTWVkaWEY-cIwDA/spo... (a GOOD in your browser demo)
This was going to be an update to my A Problem with IP v6 blog post ... but..
Updated Mon Apr 11 18:45:31 UTC 2011
And it is still a problem.
I got my first IPv6 /64 assigned to me today (thanks tagadab.com)
nms1.of-networks.co.uk is now IPv6 :)
The topic is usually covered in terms of network and service providers and they themselves are not that far down the IP v6 road yet or maybe they are further than we know, but studies by Google would suggest otherwise. Either way, looking at the IP v6 issue from just the network perspective is looking at the main core area, networking. However, if you chew the IP v6 problem a little more, another flavour emerges and it starts to get a little bitter.
IPv4 that is. But I wonder if there are any patterns in IPv6, may just be harder to find.
Netmask Netmask (binary) CIDR Notes _____________________________________________________________________________ 255.255.255.255 11111111.11111111.11111111.11111111 /32 Host (single addr) 255.255.255.254 11111111.11111111.11111111.11111110 /31 Unuseable 255.255.255.252 11111111.11111111.11111111.11111100 /30 2 useable 255.255.255.248 11111111.11111111.11111111.11111000 /29 6 useable
The BBC Digital Revolution production is quite interesting I must say. A person I listen to, Tom Foremski initially was a little sceptical about the idea of an open source programme. I must admit a short while after I encountered Aleks Krotoski (aleksk) on tweetdeck’s recommended and I have to say, she is looking at and thinking about some interesting stuff.
Why technology is better suited to explore space than we are.
Man's own technology is not up to life supporting function in microgravity, neither is terrestrial life suited to life in microgravity, we loose bone denisty and our immunity is 50% as effective if we can use New Scienctist and logic as a source (http://www.newscientist.com/gallery/dn17734-space-station-science/7)
I recently watched Star trek (Review here. Brilliant, sheer brilliance. If you have not seen it watch it.)