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Brooklyn Bridge and IPv4 Block Transfers

When you cross a bridge, your only concern is safely arriving at your destination, not the process in which it was built. It’s the same with IPv4 block transfers. Let’s consider the Brooklyn Bridge. It was the first steel suspension bridge and the longest at its time. The steel cabling and caisson structural elements were...
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Can your unused IPv4 addresses be transformed from a static asset?

The Rolling Bridge is a London staple since 2004. There was a need for pedestrian traffic over the canal of Paddington. Thomas Heatherwick designed the rolling bridge to be as functional as a drawbridge but more dramatic. The New York Times reports: "‘The job of a bridge is to get out of the way,’ Heatherwick...
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