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Working With IPv6 and Mac OS X
Working With IPv6 and Mac OS X

I don’t feel that anyone reading this in 2012 has never heard of IPv6. The easiest way to put it it’s a combinations of HEX values to make a big ugly “thing” that represents your computer. IPv4 was simple; four octets made up of a value from 0-255; thus 192.168.1.111. IPv6 takes this to a new other level. From Wikipedia: [ Read More... ]

MacTech Conference 2011
MacTech Conference 2011

Wow… I’ve been slacking off on writing posts.  I know I’m highly overdue on S/MIME on iOS, I’ll be working on that soon… just finding a few snags and using MDM deployments.  For now here are several sets of pictures I’ve been taking over the past month. [ Read More... ]

Kiana and Buckland Alaska
Kiana and Buckland Alaska

During the week of November 14th, 2011, through the combination of Qivliq Village Partnerships and the NANA BWISE program I was able to visited two villages within the Northwest Arctic: Kiana and Buckland. [ Read More... ]