Tag: Asia

10
Mar

Reminder: Daylight Savings Time This Weekend

Well, it’s that time of year again. On Mar. 11, 2012, it will be time for most of us to turn our clocks ahead one hour. A practice that got started in the United States during World War I, Daylight Saving Time is not only observed in the United States but also other countries around…

8
Mar

Happy International Women’s Day

In the United States, International Women’s Day is akin to Mother’s Day. It’s a day when men show their appreciation for the women in their lives by buying flowers or taking them out to dinner or whatever makes sense for their relationships. But in other countries, it remains what it originally started out as, a…

3
Feb

The Internet is running out of addresses, what next?

What was predicted has happened. The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) doled out two of the remaining blocks of IPv4 addresses with each having 16.7 million addresses – to the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC). What does this mean? Distribution of the remaining five blocks of IPv4 address space will be distributed immediately. One block will go to the

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