Posts by Jason Byrne

Nominations in a Nutshell

Nominations in a Nutshell

 • Jason Byrne

Who can make nominations and what should a nominee expect as someone taking part in the process? What qualifications are the Nomination Committee looking for? Jason Byrne, Senior Customer Success Analyst, explains.

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Voting Now Open in the 2020 ARIN Elections

Voting Now Open in the 2020 ARIN Elections

 • Jason Byrne

Voting is now open in the 2020 ARIN Elections! We share a few ways you can learn more about the candidates before casting your vote by this Friday, 30 October at 5:00 PM ET.

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Four Simple Steps to Prepare You for ARIN Elections

Four Simple Steps to Prepare You for ARIN Elections

 • Jason Byrne

With the culmination of the 2020 ARIN Elections just around the corner, we offer four easy steps to help you feel prepared to cast your vote.

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Hear It From a Fellow: Why Should You Apply for an ARIN Fellowship?

Hear It From a Fellow: Why Should You Apply for an ARIN Fellowship?

 • Jason Byrne

ARIN XXVIII in Philadelphia is approaching quickly and you could have the chance to attend for free with a little help from the ARIN Meeting Fellowship Program. …

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Podcast: ARIN XXVII Draft Policies

Podcast: ARIN XXVII Draft Policies

 • Jason Byrne

This is a podcast, produced by ARIN staff, focusing on draft policies up for discussion at the ARIN XXVII Public Policy and Members Meeting in San Juan, Puerto …

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How to sell your boss on sending you to ARIN XXVII

How to sell your boss on sending you to ARIN XXVII

 • Jason Byrne

Think you should come to ARIN XXVII in San Juan Puerto Rico the 10-13 April? Not sure your boss will agree? Here are a couple things you can say to help make …

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Wading through the coverage - where to look for IPv4 and IPv6 information

Wading through the coverage - where to look for IPv4 and IPv6 information

 • Jason Byrne

As we are sure you have seen, there has been a bombardment of coverage surrounding the depletion of the IANA IPv4 free pool, following the joint ICANN/NRO press …

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The IANA IPv4 Free Pool has Depleted

The IANA IPv4 Free Pool has Depleted

 • Jason Byrne

The global free pool of IPv4 depleted on this day, 3 February 2011. This historic event was reported by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, which allocated …

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CES Outreach Review: We Got the Word Out

CES Outreach Review: We Got the Word Out

 • Jason Byrne

We hope some of you had a chance to visit us a CES! In case you didn’t know, ARIN conducted a huge outreach blitz at CES, and talked to a whole bunch of …

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Happy Holidays from Agent Hex

Happy Holidays from Agent Hex

 • Jason Byrne

Well, 2010 is almost over so I am taking a break to write my holiday letter. It’s been a great year, but boy am I exhausted. (Exhausted! Get it? Nothing …

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New ARIN Education Multimedia Deploying IPv6

New ARIN Education Multimedia Deploying IPv6

 • Jason Byrne

Community education is important to us - it’s the reason Team ARIN exists! We’re always looking for new ways to help our community understand the …

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Things are Heating Up in the Caribbean

Things are Heating Up in the Caribbean

 • Jason Byrne

The Caribbean Internet community is an integral part of ARIN with a unique set of operational, regulatory, political, and infrastructure challenges. Getting our …

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