My Raspberry Pi now runs a local DNS Server via BIND9 and a DHCP Server too. I got tired of resetting my DNS name servers.
I found this really neat visualization of how bits work on Google+. The least significant bit is seen on the right. Being 3 bits, it’s capable of representing 8 different values (0-7).
> (format nil "~r" 1606938044258990275541962092) "one octillion, six hundred and six septillion, nine hundred and thirty-eight sextillion, forty-four quintillion, two hundred and fifty-eight quadrillion, nine hundred and ninety trillion, two hundred and seventy-five billion, five hundred and forty-one million, nine hundred and sixty-two thousand, ninety-two" >