Last Wednesday (the 9th of April, 2008), I skipped the last day of ARIN XXI to attend the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Summit. The summit was held at DU and was put on by the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force (RMv6TF). RMv6TF is a regional sub-chapter of the North American IPv6 Task Force (NAv6TF) which in […]
I am making this post from ARIN XXI at the Grand Hyatt in Denver, CO. More importantly, I am posting from an IPv6 native network. I am on a Windows XP laptop so I am using an IPv4 DNS kludge and am behind a NAT-PT gateway to reach non IPv6 native sites (like this one […]
This Sunday afternoon (April 6), I will be bowling on team Router Wreckers in the SungateKids Bowlathon at the Brunswick Zone in Lone Tree. There are a total of 48 teams this year, 23 of which are from Time Warner Telecom. The bowling is just for fun but the teams do compete to raise money. […]
My friend Gene Barlow and I recently founded the Colorado chapter of the Internet Society. We had our first meeting on Wednesday the 19th of March, 2008 at the Lone Tree Public Library.