IPv6 Buzz Podcast Dives into Open Standards Everywhere

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What are the challenges with applications supporting IPv6? What do people, particularly those working in enterprises, need to know about how servers and applications work with IPv6? What is the Internet Society’s Open Standards Everywhere project doing to help? How can people get more involved? To answer all these questions and more, I recently joined […]

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TDYR 396 – Pandemic Productivity Plunge

So… anyone else struggling a bit with productivity during these pandemic times? In this episode I talk about some of my own struggles with productivity during the pandemic, as well as some of what people share in threads on Twitter – https://twitter….

Testing Lazy Loading of Embedded iFrames

This post is to test the lazy loading of iFrames, as noted in this blog post from David Walsh. I’m first going to just embed a video without the lazy loading: To make this work, I’m using a HTML block … Continue reading

TDYR 395 – Experimenting with Livestreaming on Twitch (A.k.a. Why I Haven’t Been Podcasting…)

Why haven’t I been recording podcast episodes? Well… I’ve been off experimenting with Twitch! In this episode I talk all about why I have been doing that, and what I have learned so far. You can follow along with my experiments at https://www.twitc…

Interview: IPv6 Buzz Podcast Episode 53 – Applications and IPv6

What is the current state of application support for IPv6? What are challenges for applications migrating to IPv6, particularly for enterprise applications? What am I doing at the Internet Society with projects such as Open Standards Everywhere to promote IPv6? I had the fun of being interviewed by Scott Hogg and Tom Coffeen on their […]

Interview: IPv6 Buzz Podcast Episode 53 – Applications and IPv6

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What is the current state of application support for IPv6? What are challenges for applications migrating to IPv6, particularly for enterprise applications? What am I doing at the Internet Society with projects such as Open Standards Everywhere to promote IPv6?

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Getting Close To Making Book Available on GitHub

With the changes to the book and my plans to develop a Second Edition, I also want to change the toolchain I’m using. When I wrote the book for O’Reilly back in 2011, I used DocBook XML as the source. However, these days I’m typically working in Markdown or another lightweight text markup format. So […]

Getting Close To Making Book Available on GitHub

With the changes to the book and my plans to develop a Second Edition, I also want to change the toolchain I’m using. When I wrote the book for O’Reilly back in 2011, I used DocBook XML as the source. However, these days I’m typically working in Markdown or another lightweight text markup format. …

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Listen to the Hedge Podcast 39 to Learn about the Open Standards Everywhere Project

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What is our Open Standards Everywhere (OSE) project all about? How did it get started? What are the project goals? What are some of the challenges web server operators face? How can we work together to make web servers more secure and available? Recently Russ White and his team interviewed me on The Hedge Podcast […]

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On this 8th World IPv6 Launchiversary, Help Us Get More Websites Available Over IPv6

chart showing IPv6 statistics from Google that have gone from near 1% in 2012 to over 30% in 2020

Eight years ago, on June 6, 2012, thousands of companies and organizations came together as part of World IPv6 Launch to permanently enable IPv6 for their websites and networks. Today, we can see the success! If you visit the World IPv6 Launch measurements site, you can see some amazing numbers: Reliance Jio’s network in India […]

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