Transition To IPv6 Started

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Yesterday, the Internet Society began the transition from IPv4 to IPv6. Currently we are using IPv4, the system that assigns a series of four numbers to each device. IPv4 only allows for about 4 billion addresses and the Internet needs more room than that. IPv6 is the new version of the Internet Protocol and expands the number of available addresses to a virtually limitless amount – 340 trillion trillion trillion addresses.

You don’t need to prepare anything for IPv6; your applications and devices will work just as they did before. The complete transition to IPv4 to IPv6 will take time as every website and Internet Service Provider must make the switch. In the meantime, both systems will work together until IPv4 is no longer needed.

To find out whether you are already using IPv6, visit ipv6test.google.com to find out. Many devices you use already support IPv6; however, the websites you visit and your Internet Service Provider must first enable IPv6 before you can use it.

(Source: PreSurfer)

What happens on the Internet every 60 seconds


Shanghai Web Designers.

By Rosa Golijan

Let’s say that it takes you exactly one minute to read through this post. In that time, over 6,600 photos will be uploaded to Flickr, about 70 new domains will be registered, over 1,200 new ads will be created on Craigslist, and more. Here’s what happens on the Internet every 60 seconds.
Now keep in mind that the data below and the infographic above come from the Shanghai Web Designers team. We have done our best to confirm that the statistics provided line up with known data, but you should still take everything with a hefty serving of salt.
That disclaimer aside and without further ado, here’s what’s happening each minute:

Search engine Google serves more that 694,445 queries

6,600+ pictures are uploaded to Flickr

600 videos are uploaded to YouTube, amounting to 25+ hours of content

695,000 status updates, 79,364 wall posts and 510,040 comments are published on social networking site Facebook

70 new domains are registered

168,000,000+ emails are sent

320 new accounts and 98,000 tweets are generated on social networking site Twitter

iPhone applications are downloaded more than 13,000 times

20,000 new posts are published on micro-blogging platform Tumblr

Popular web browser FireFox is downloaded more than 1,700 times

Popular blogging platform WordPress is downloaded more than 50 times

WordPress Plugins are downloaded more than 125 times

100 accounts are created on professional networking site LinkedIn

40 new questions are asked on YahooAnswers.com

100+ questions are asked on Answers.com

1 new article is published on Associated Content, the world’s largest source of community-created content

1 new definition is added on UrbanDictionary.com

1,200+ new ads are created on Craigslist

370,000+ minutes of voice calls done by Skype users

13,000+ hours of music streaming is done by personalized Internet radio provider Pandora

1,600+ reads are made on Scribd, the largest social reading publishing company

Impressive? Scary? Overwhelming? We’re not sure. But we do know that a lot happened in the few moments it took to look at this blog post — so you better rush to catch up.

Rosa Golijan writes about tech on MSNBC and there. She’s obsessed with Twitter and loves to be liked on Facebook.

(Source: MSNBC)

True Knowledge – The Internet Answer Engine

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True Knowledge is an internet ‘answer engine’ which breaks new ground by giving direct answers to direct questions. Users can access the world’s knowledge simply by asking for the information they need in a way that is completely natural to them; just as if they were talking to another human being. Instead of a list of links that may or may not be relevant to the query, the user experience is an immediate, perfect response, giving them exactly the information they are after.

Co-founder William Tunstall-Pedoe says: It doesn’t give you references to articles mentioning the words in the question. It gives you the answer. Ask it when Bob Dylan’s birthday is and it will simply tell you. And it if doesn’t know the answer it will say it doesn’t know. It doesn’t know everything but as we input more information it will know more and more.

(Source:Presurfer)

#HD #TV on Your #PC !!!

Watch live TV in HD. Pay per view and HD movies on demand. The ultimate virtual TV experience. No hardware needed just download the free player now and test drive before you join.
Wow
Its sounds too good to be true but it is. I have been looking for Internet tv for as long as I have had internet with Real Player G2 to other crappy software. I have yet to see a software that is so smooth and vdo quality is awesome. All I can say is Wow !!!!!

Facebookers Poking Around 7 Hours a Month, Nielsen Finds

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Despite contradictory evidence from the teen demographic, some researchers have asserted that the time people spend online has maxed out. A recent Nielsen study has indicated that, at least during January, that may actually be correct — with one site being a notable exception.

According to the Nielsen stat gurus, the total number of active Web users increased in January, but people still spent less time on the Net as a whole, including major sites like Google, Yahoo!, Microsoft, AOL, Amazon, and eBay. The people surveyed didn’t necessarily minimize their online time, though; they primarily redirected their attention to Facebook, the reigning ruler of the Internet.

People flocked to Facebook in January, as the average user spent a staggering seven hours on the site over the course of the month. That’s almost a 10-percent increase from the usage numbers for December. The next closest time-killer during January was Yahoo!, which lagged behind with a comparatively paltry two hours per user. While the Facebook offices must be rejoicing over the dominant numbers, you can expect a horde of shaking fists from the rest of the Web community, and, even more so, from bosses everywhere.

[From: Nielsen]

(Source: Switched)

Google Internet Stats

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Google Internet Stats resource brings together the latest industry facts and insights. These have been collected from a number of third party sources covering a range of topics from macroscopic economic and media trends to how consumer behaviour and technology are changing over time.

(Source: Presurfer)

What does the Internet Think ?

Ever wondered what the internet thinks about… let’s say… Barack Obama? The Financial Crisis? Global Warming? Paris Hilton? Dirty Laundry?Pervez Musharaf?

Well now you can find out and get the long-sought answers to your questions from this global inquiry tool.What Does the Internet Think? searches the internet for the global opinion on your search term: Positive, Negative or Ambivalent..

WDIT

(Source: Presurfer)