Every Internet-related post is a great opportunity to increase comment count. I’ll pass this time, here are the articles I found interesting with little or no comments from my side. First the generic Internet:
- The Internet Goes to War – Arbor networks deflating yet another media balloon.
- IPv6 and Transitional Myths – Great mythbuster by Geoff Huston
- IPv6 deployment in 2010, how far are we?
- Google IPv6 statistics – 0.2% of Google’s traffic is IPv6. Did anyone notice we’re running out of IPv4 addresses?
- IPv6--Will it Bring Back a Peer-to-Peer Internet?
And then my favorite controversy:
- Net Neutrality for Dummies
- Network Neutrality: Pretty Much Just Socialism (I’m obviously not the only one claiming that)
- Internet Service Guarantees is What Net Neutrality (and consumers) Need
- Product amplifier from my old friend Ronald @ Thinking Problem Management.
- The Slow Suicide of Net Discrimination and A Grave of Their Own Making: interesting perspectives by a SP consultant.
- ISP's top data hog gobbles 2.7TB of data in a month – a bit old but still relevant
- Congress Needs to Step In for Net Neutrality...Really? Seriously?
- Mobile Carriers Dream of Charging per Page