On Tue, 07 Jun 2011 21:46:50 -0500, Stu <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>The Internet Protocol (IP) is the language that computers use to communicate
>with each other on the Internet; it works much like phone numbers, which let us
>connect one telephone to another.
>IPv6 is the new version of the Internet Protocol. The addresses used by the
>current version of the Internet Protocol, IPv4, are nearly all used. At Google,
>we believe that IPv6 is essential to the continued health and openness of the
>Internet Ė and that by allowing all devices on a network to talk to each other
>directly, IPv6 will enable innovation and allow the Internet to continue to
>Most websites today use only IPv4. But on June 8, 2011 - World IPv6 Day -
>major web companies, including Google, Facebook, Yahoo!, and Bing, will enable
>IPv6 on their main websites for 24 hours. IPv6 will be enabled in addition to
>IPv4, so if you donít have IPv6, donít worry - you will simply use IPv4 as
>As of June 8, you can access Google at http://ipv4.google.com instead of
Yes I spelled Protocol wrong Squitz and Bryan.