At the most recent IETF meeting, there was an IPv6 only hour. The idea was to turn off IPv4 and see what was missing. I think no one was particularly surprised to discover that more work is needed.
One thing that did work was ipv6.google.com - an IPv6-only version of Google’s search page that Google established for the test (though it is intended as a long-term offering). Niall was part of the team within Google that established the service, and there are a number of well-known names from the IPv6 world working within Google on this project.
As a little treat, the Google logo dances when you visit this page. You can also set Firefox to use it as part of it’s search box by finding your
google.xml searchplugin file and replacing the occurances of