If you can read this, you're probably one of a lucky few right now. It looks like someone has unleashed a massive DDoS attack on the 'net or something like that. Reports at internettrafficreport.com show a big dip in 'net traffic and a big spike in packet loss. I can't find any word of what's going on just yet, but it sure looks nasty.
Update: Seems better now. Maybe it wasn't as widespread as we thought?
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