You have swept up all the fallen leaves and you have them in a neat pile in the garden. Now what?
Can’t burn them or the enviroloonies will arrest you.
Can’t dispose of them until the Council decides it is the correct day of the week/month/year for collecting your recycle-garden-waste bin and they won’t all go in one bin anyway….
Only one option left then…….
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The percentage of people reading this who understand the transition question from IPv4 to IPv6 is likely to be high, as there’s a fair amount of computing knowledge about.
I found it useful to look at the following articles in this order:
For bloggers, the issue is that the number format in operation now [IPv4] is going to run out of addresses, speculatively early in 2011 and conservatively in early 2012. It would be as well to be on IPv6 by then.
I’m not sure what we, personally, need to do about it.
“Now men, you’re out there today to keep the peace, not to intimidate. Chat to the people, win their confidence and make friends.”
No it didn’t. At least it did but they knew what was going on and here was stage-managed incompetence again, the type where you can never really blame anyone at the top.