IP addresses are now assets

Christopher J. Pilkington cjp at 0x1.net
Fri Dec 2 17:18:25 UTC 2011

On Dec 1, 2011, at 23:04, "Michael R. Wayne" <wayne at staff.msen.com> wrote:

> After negotiating with multiple prospective buyers, Cerner Corp.
>   agreed to buy the Internet addresses for $12 each. Other bids were
>   as low as $1.50 each, according to a bankruptcy court filing.

Clearly the addresses with the last octet of 00 and ff should be
discounted, since no one wants to be zero, and ff just seems to get
everyone's attention.


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