So, how'd it go?
Earlier this week, we talked to our go-to internet guy about a switch to be flipped on a whole new version of the internet. Yesterday was World IPV6 Day, and as tech decoder Rob Fleischman explained, converting to the new web protocol was designed to solve the impending problem of the internet running out of IP addresses…those are the numerical codes designating the addresses of websites, pages, computers and hardware on networks. Well, Wednesday passed…the conversion happened…and our computers are still working. Guessing yours are too. So, earlier today, Word of Mouth Senior Producer Rebecca Lavoie gave Rob a call to ask “How did IPV6 Day go?”