Daily Links 1/31/2011: Comcast Kicks Off IPv6 Over DOCSIS Test (just before Internet runs out of addresses)
Verizon Ripping Cloud Valuations To Pieces (CRN)
Implications for value of SunGard Availability?
PhillyInc: Malvern's Rajant Corp. finds big success in exporting (Philly.com)
Git Hacking: A Social Layer for GitHub (Read Write Web)
Winning project developed at Philly Startup Weekend.
Philadelphia’s 2nd Annual Global Game Jam [Recap] (Geekadelphia)
Philadelphia Media Network Announces Several Design, Content and Product Enhancements at The Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News, and philly.com (PR Newswire)
Hoping Xfinity brand connects (Denver Post)
Comcast Kicks Off IPv6 Over DOCSIS Test
MSO Runs 'Dual Stack' With Cable Modem Users in Colorado (Multichannel News)
NBC Universal CEO Steve Burke Drops Comcast COO Title
Neil Smit is adding an executive vp title at the cable giant. (Hollywood Reporter)
Amazon rolling out Netflix-like unlimited video streaming for Prime subscribers? (Engadget)
'World School' announces 1st of 20 campuses in NY (Reuters)
Perhaps a bit of an unusual investment ($37.5 million) for Philly-based LLR Partners. Do they have a past relationship with Christopher Whittle?
Isn’t it time for Amazon to grow up? (Internet Retailer)
Discusses GSI Commerce's ShopRunner.