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Monthly Archive for November, 2009

IPv6 connected VPSes

Being the annoying IPv6 evangelist I am at work (I turned up our first dual-stack and v6 load balanced “hello world” webserver last week), I wanted more viewpoints of native IPv6 connectivity to play with. Turns out there’s only three or four peeps that sell virtual private server (VPS) with native IPv6 connectivity in the […]

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Hurr durr web progress meter

It’s the small victories that make life interesting. I’ve been writing a couple of web tools at work that run off to do a bunch of SNMP polling of a device and display the results. On big devices, particularly overseas, this can take several seconds to finish. In the meantime the browser throbber is throbbing […]

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On edge

Two surprising developments. First, I’ve never been a fan of scary movies. I don’t really care one way or another since I know they’re entertainment designed to elicit a response. You know, like calling your mom a whore. Last night I watched Paranormal Activity with Brady and Suzanne. I thought it was a good movie, […]

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