not clickbait. I was just playing around again with ipv6, as I do every year or two, and noticed tunnelbroker's countdown timer rapidly approaching zero. I thought it would be fun to celebrate it, like watching the silly countdowns on new year's eve. and in my experience, on Sunday there usually aren't any bosses around to squelch merrymaking.
jcomeau_ictx writes: not really. but the countdown at tunnelbroker.net should go to zero sometime tomorrow around noon, considering it's at 45,107 as I write this, it's counting down about one address every two seconds, and there are 86,400 seconds per day. just happened to notice it today. might be worth a little celebration at every NOC and IT enterprise tomorrow. cheers!
the fourth amendment won't allow such intrusion into our personal belongings. Thoreau will have to be sent to China or North Korea to use his talents.
also, I'm pretty sure Henry David would not be happy with the choice of the dog's name.
sure, I'm game. I once had a/16 flapping for hours after I made a routing change after a 3-pint lunch and couldn't figure out how to undo what I'd done. and of course my co-workers rightly hung me out to dry.
there is zero need for a grid any more. wind power has been under a dollar a watt for years, and PV panels for about two years now, and I'm talking about consumer prices. the only thing keeping people from installing their own sources of electricity is laziness.