Israel Ganot the CEO at Gazelle joins Craig from the floor of the Consumer Electronics Show to discuss his belief that individuals should be rewarded for recycling, and the realization that many electronics still hold value but yet are wasting away in landfills sparked the idea to build a business that would redefine the way we think about buying, owning, selling, and recycling electronics. Today, Gazelle has grown to be the nation’s largest electronics reCommerce company, saving more than 100,000 gadgets each year. But this isn’t just about preventing e-Waste. This is about changing the way we all think about buying, owning, selling, and recycling. We are working, together with you, to bring about smarter consumption. Immediately following this interview Craig will be joined by John Curran the CEO at the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN). They will discuss how every computer, cell phone and gaming console is connected to the Internet—not to mention the infrastructure hardware required to make these devices work and why that means That means every online content creator, cable and telecommunications company, Internet Service Provider (ISP), enterprise organization, and other large network operator needs to migrate to IPv6 to remain fully operational in the next generation Internet and Because IPv6 is not backwards compatible with IPv4, Internet stakeholders need to prepare to operate on both IPv4 and IPv6 until we have completely transitioned over to IPv6, which will be a lengthy process. This means ISPs need plan to connect businesses using both IPv6 and IPv4, content providers need to make their content available via IPv6 and IPv4, and application developers need to develop applications that are IPv6-enabled.