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This is the archive for all posts from 2007.

→ New Airport Extreme could expose Macs via IPv6

My first day on the job (so to speak) as contributing writer for Ars Technica I got to combine my two areas of interest: IPv6 and Apple. The Airport Extremes gained IPv6 capability, but this was not firewalled despite the box saying there's a firewall inside.

Read the article - posted 2007-02-15

→ Airport Extreme does Seinfeldian DHCP reservations

Always great to be able to use lines from Seinfeld in a tech story. In this case, you could make DHCP reservations but the Airport Extreme wouldn't use them.

Read the article - posted 2007-03-05

→ Everything you need to know about IPv6

My first big story about IPv6 on Ars Technica, way back in 2007.

Read the article - posted 2007-03-08

→ Have your Mac say Bonjour to tout le monde

Your Mac speaks more French than you think: the story of Wide-Area Bonjour and the (dynamic) DNS.

Read the article - posted 2007-04-09

Cell phones are everywhere

Here in the Netherlands, it's illegal to drive a car and talk on the phone without a hands free set. I'm not sure if this applies to riding a horse on the beach...

Image link - posted 2007-05-24

→ Wake on LAN: don’t let sleeping Macs lie

Wake up sleeping Macs on your LAN and maybe even across the Internet.

Read the article - posted 2007-09-21

→ Apple goes to the office: a review of iWork '08

With the latest version of iWork, Apple has added a spreadsheet to its word processor and presentation software combo. Ars dives into iWork '08 to see if it's enough to tide over Mac users waiting for an Intel-native Office?or even keep them from upgrading.

Read the article - posted 2007-10-10

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