Wikileaks nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
AT&T to some iPhone users: stay with us and get a free microcell
Survey: 32% admit mooching neighbor’s Wi-Fi
Scientists working to grow meat in a lab
Basically they’ve given away the last IPv4 address blocks. We still haven’t run out of IP addresses yet, but once the internet registries won’t have any new addresses to give out after this batch. That is at least until IPv6 is introduced with IP addresses that are 39 digits instead of 12. I did have a few questions though. The article said that of the 4.3 billion addresses available with IPv4 3.7 billion of them were unusable. Can you explain why that is? The last five blocks were also split between five different internet registries, but yet with projected use some of these registries will run out of addresses almost a year before others. Why wasn’t there some priority given to, for example, the Asia-Pacific RIR, APNIC, who is, according to the article going to run out of addresses within months. It also mentions that things like video chatting will be made more difficult if you end up having to share your IP address. What does that really mean for the average Joe, and how would we know if we were using a shared IP?
UPDATE: For a limited time
I apologize for the random title, but it is paying homage to my HS Principal, who said the line, and we told him that it was going to be the title. Today I felt like our show broke down a little, but winter break should fix that for us. The next show will be on January 16th.
George W. Bush answered live questions at Facebook HQ Tuesday
Age reversed in mice
Nokia research team creates touchscreens out of ice
Mozilla launches F1 button: declares war on AddThis, Tweet buttons, Facebook Like, etc?
But you weren’t supposed to know about that
HTC HD7 sells out
Pedestrians are not the only ones blindly following google maps!
U.S. Army develops tooth-cleaning gum
Gold nanoparticles turn trees into streetlights
Again, Erik is off on holiday, and Chris joined me today. Chris should be joining me next week as well. Today we talked about the election, after everybody and their uncle has given you their take. I get a little confused on how LG can produce a dual core tablet, and why Apple should (or shouldn’t) actually pay out on a class action lawsuit, cause Google isn’t.
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Google Emails All U.S. Gmail Users About The Buzz Settlement — And To Say They’re Not Getting A Dime
Facebook to Foursquare: You’re out
Mark Zuckerberg: “iPad’s Not Mobile…It’s A Computer…Sorry!”
MWAHAHAHA! It was Halloween today on The Digital Hazard. I mean it was Halloween everywhere, but it permeated the show too. The only evil things we talked about were Firesheep and Facebook’s ad model. James Cameron is still monetarily focused, and we are going to podcast from Everest. If you’d like to support us, please send a paypal payment to digitalhazardpodcast[at]gmail.com.
Facebook Stalking: Evolved
Facebook applies for ad-targeting patent