Happy April Fools' day!

Quick Update: Conficker did not display "Happy Birthday Vovo!" like I had hoped. (nor did it do much at all - but that doesn't mean it is any less troublesome).

My favorite new April Fool, the funny RFC, actually make a little bit of sense this year. In the past, it told you how to send IP in the most efficient manner to how to monitor your network properly. This year it is a way to teach IPv6 and get more IP addresses out there. It is a joke, because these addresses are not "real" but it's an interesting thought. I think I will use the analogy to explain IPv6 from now on... (I'll always give credit to rfc 5514). They actually made a facebook app :o)

Google introduced an automated you for gmail, but I liked the printed and mailed emails idea better (from a previous year).

And in case you want squeeze bacon, see ThinkGeek
Posted on 10:46 PM by Tim Cronin and filed under | 2 Comments »


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