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You had to invoke Godwin, didn't you?
What about a simple IPv6 router that works just like our IPv4 home gateway NAT routers today?
You've missed the point. With IPv6, you don't need NAT. NAT is a response to the limited address space available with IPv4.
What's interesting that the article fails to address why CBS is purchasing Last.fm now, considering the Royalty Board is increasing internet radio fees to an exhorbitant amount, which is more-or-less causing internet radio to shut down by then end of next month."
From the article "WorldVistA, is based on the Veterans Affairs Department's electronic-records system, called VistA (short for Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture — and yes, they beat Bill Gates to the name). VistA stands as perhaps the greatest success story for government-developed information technology since the Internet itself. "
It's free and open source. Why aren't more doctors using it?"