The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,900 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people. Click here to […]

During my constant research and work on the topic „Internet of Everything“ or „Internet of Things“ and to be more special: searching for a cool middleware, I came across a very interesting website: The whole concept behind looks very promising and I was tempted to give these guys a try. I have a few sensors, […]

In the recent years we were able to observe that more and more data, held by public institutions, government – local or state – were publicly released. This leads to a verifiable success in thinking about data in different ways and forming new structures in combining them. The irresistible victorious way of Open Data was […]

From time to time I try to improve my technical installations at home. Sometimes due to real needs, sometimes just for fun. Last time when I was sitting in my basement office and my dog had raided my garbage can, I felt it would be great to have a little warning signal whenever my dog […]

I truly believe in the fact that if every IT enthusiast will actively help to bring IPv6 forward we can cut down the time in half until IPv6 is finally everywhere. Among other things this is my practical type of contribution:I set up a training lab to share knowledge and best practice and let people […]

A common phrase I heard these days was: „IPv6 is definitively needed when the Internet of Things / Internet of Everything takes place“. On first sight it totally makes sense: gazillion of things need to communicate and there is a need of an address space which is capable of assigning an address to each of […]

Cisco released an embedded service router (ESR) which runs as a piece of software on a i386 hardware. Official Notes can be found here. The first time I heard of it I was very excited .. Just for a simple testing I do not have to fire up real router anymore instead I could reuse […]