In case you're not a Geek, you may not realize that today is the start of 24 hours of testing that is going on with the core shit that runs the Internet. Normally, all those bits and pieces hurtling through the wires and cables use a language/protocol called "IPV4". You've all heard of an IP address, right? Well, that's IPV4 shit, yo, and we're quickly running out of them as the number of connected users/devices continues to grow. IPV6 is a totally new way of doing things, that will allow us to have way, way, WAY more IP addresses. Today, most large ISPs and companies are switching off IPV4 and firing up their IPV6 shit to see if it works. It's complicated, and some of it isn't, or won't work. This means that you may see problems with stuff all over the Net taking a long time to load (as in a minute or two), or not working at all. You can read a bit about it here: <a class="postlink" href="http://news.cnet.com/8301-30685_3-20069841-264/ipv6-day-kicking-the-tires-of-a-next-gen-net-today" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://news.cnet.com/8301-30685_3-20069 ... -net-today</a> So, just wanted to give you a TiB PSA about this, in case you hadn't heard it anywhere else. If you have any questions/comments about IPV6 day, feel free to post here.