Yesterday we had the joy of using the Internet to celebrate the relationship of two people whose wedding was cancelled due to the pandemic. In this episode I talk about how wonderful that celebration was… and how the Internet can be used to bring mom…
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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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….
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…
Later today, the 107th meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) will begin its working group sessions in an unconventional way. Previously, over 1,000 engineers were expected to be in Vancouver, Canada, to engage in the IETF’s work creating the open standards that make the Internet possible. But with the global COVID-19 pandemic, the […]
Would YOU be interested in taking on the leadership of bringing curling to the Monadnock region of New Hampshire? If so, please email me at email@example.com You may have noticed the lack of updates on this site. There’s a reason. A lot changed since Matt and I began this project back in 2013 – and […]
Would YOU be interested in taking on the leadership of bringing curling to the Monadnock region of New Hampshire? If so, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
You may have noticed the lack of updates on this site. There’s a reason. A lot changed since Matt and I began this project back in 2013 – …
How do you make your web server as secure as possible – while using the latest open security standards? How do you ensure your web site is available to everyone across all the global network of networks that is the Internet? For the Internet to remain open, globally-connected, trustworthy, and secure, we believe the networks […]
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