8th of June is tomorrow already!
My humble contribution is to teach networking students tonight about ipv6. It will be mostly theory since the school doesn't support ipv6 on the network. Luckily I have some screenshots and wireshark sniffs from this morning of a working ipv6 connection to the internet.
One of the ipv6 test websites.
A tcp handshake and http connection over ipv6 (using 6to4).
And a PTR record in ip6.net with 32 child domains (okay you don't need ipv6 for this, but it is related).