February 15, 2014 · Leave a Comment
Hello domainer darlings, this is Bina Bitterman – the Domain Socialite, and I’m so utterly bored tonight. I can’t believe we’re half way through February already; pretty soon I will be in Saint-Tropez to show off my callipygous body. My personal trainer, Jean Pierre, thinks I’m... [Read the full story]
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December 25, 2013 · Leave a Comment
A long time ago, in a land far far away, a bright shiny star showed the way to Three Wise Men to witness the birth of a king, that took them to the small town of Icann. Al Riq Abuschwartz, the Oracle Keeper, brought with him a camel loaded with gold, certain that the newborn king would appreciate... [Read the full story]
March 24, 2014 · Leave a Comment
If you’re familiar with the entertaining videos coming out of the Name.com stable, then you’ve probably seen Jared Ewy – the Community and Social Media Evangelist. Jared’s primary role is that of the online voice of the company, who’s priding itself for its laid back,... [Read the full story]
April 20, 2014 · Comments Off
Easter is the Christian equivalent of Passover: families and friends get together to converse and eventually argue over excessive portions of food and wine. It is a tradition to take a break from most other activities, in order to partake in the festive nature of the day. That, includes domaining,... [Read the full story]
March 4, 2014 · Leave a Comment
Holy molly! It’s been more than a month since our last entry in the Domain Name Jargon series – the educational repository of terms and trivia related to domaining. There’s no excuse, and we deserve the public flogging undeniably; our mission to (re)define domaining continues! So... [Read the full story]
In the 1990‘s things were definitely simpler; the Internet was something that one “installed” on their home computer. Parents and kids gathered around, to “surf the Internet” and knowledge had an advantage over entertainment. The... [More]
With NetMundial – the global meeting on the future of Internet Governance – kicking off in Brazil today, a question, aimed at ICANN emerges: “Can the overseers be trusted with overseeing the Internet, should the US government hand over... [More]
Ubuntu 14.04 has been recently released to much acclaim, and it’s being touted as a Windows alternative for Linux fans. A helpful video showing how to successfully boot from an older flavor of Ubuntu Linux and an encrypted partition, does not seem... [More]
Sean Stafford, now at Bounce.io Sean Stafford, a veteran domain investor and author of the book Domain Graduate, has joined the Bounce.io team of professionals. Following on his successful career with DNS by Comodo, Stafford will be responsible for Domain... [More]
The descendants of legendary ninja warriors are having a strong reaction in Japan, where the average person lives more than 80 years. Dumbfounded by the new release of dot .Ninja domains, the grandson of the last known ninja warrior, Takahashi Arigato... [More]
A few days ago we covered the sale of Extinct.com – a premium domain name – by domain investor, Conan Pravasi. Despite some extensive sleuthing, the editing of a sales thread at DNForum failed to disclose the exact price, which was presumed... [More]
If you’re currently facing problems updating your WordPress plugins, you are not alone. Several users that tried to update WordPress, or WordPress plugins, experienced this error: “Download failed.: SSL peer certificate or SSH remote key was... [More]
Toby Clements, manager of the popular domain newsletter by the same name, has fallen off the face of the earth in recent months. Despite numerous attempts by curious domainers, seeking to locate him for a variety of purposes, no response has arrived –... [More]
With RookMedia acquiring DomainSponsor from Oversee on Friday, the game of “domain thrones” is getting warmer. Domain mergers can create some fairly exotic combinations. After much deliberation, we came up with a list of 10 unlikely domain... [More]
Only a few hours remain until the Silicon Beach TLD Fest, sponsored jointly by Uniregistry and Minds+Machines. The joint conference, focuses on the new gTLDs and the expansion of the Internet name space, a revolution in the making. The conference takes... [More]
There are plenty of three number (NNN) .Photo domains left to register, but not as many as you would have imagined. Let’s face it: Three number domains are sought after because they can represent phone area codes in the US and abroad. For a photography... [More]
Domain conference organizers take note: It’s a dog-eat-dog world out there, and competition is bigger than ever. The agenda is full for the entire 2014; the proliferation of gTLDs and the expansion of new Internet business models have raised the... [More]
List of all available 3 to 8 letter Dictionary Word dot .Photo domains from Uniregistry – Powered by CAXDomain News: April 19, 2014 - 7:43 pm
Domain investors and domain end-users are absolutely hungry for dictionary word domains. Combined with a trendy new gTLD such as dot .Photo from Uniregistry, those keywords are great for your new brand, business and web site. If you’re a photography... [More]
Faced with a lengthy, unproductive gap between their respective festive periods, Santa and the Easter Bunny announced their merger into a joint venture earlier today, just in time for Easter. “We are joining forces, as times are tough and the market... [More]
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