Firefox 26 is out, and it brings some important changes that affect how web content is presented across the Internet. Not only is the latest version slimmer and maintains a smaller memory footprint, but any content besides Flash and Silverlight is treated as optional. The latest version treats plugins as potential “threats”, and that includes […]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
If you’re currently stumped about the domain registration process as it applies to gTLD domains, you are not alone. After scratching our head for days, not sure when we can finally register domains in the myriads of new extensions, we finally had an epiphany. Thanks to inspiration provided by Name.com, we created the following handy […]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
A large meteorite, weighing 800lbs or more, exploded on the ground in Scottsdale, Arizona, yesterday – very close to the GoDaddy headquarters. Dozens of GoDaddy employees left their cubicles, in an apparent attempt to capture photos of the incident, or as an excuse to have a smoke break. Chaos ensued. “We were never in danger, […]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
It’s T minus 24 hours today, as Uniregistry – one of the biggest investors in the gTLD namespace – is preparing for a Sunrise launch for both Dot .Sexy and Dot .Tattoo. After ICANN confirmed the go ahead signal, Frank Schilling‘s first two gTLDs to go live will be available to those able to reserve […]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Minds+Machines, one of the biggest investors in the gTLD namespace, is upping its ante with an aggressive marketing promotion geared towards domain investors, and indecisive end-user buyers alike. After announcing the “death of dot .com” on a Facebook ad, a funeral ceremony will take place this coming Sunday. “We are not disrespecting the body of […]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Domain investor and application developer, Bruce Marler, isn’t phased out by the current snow and sleet in Missouri, where he is located. The busy developer is very popular among domainers; in our past coverage, we pointed out how he could easily be the next Pope. Having co-developed Grape.com for the Castello Brothers, Bruce Marler’s latest […]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
The ongoing debate about whether “dot com is dead” is definitely energizing the typically stagnant waters of the domain industry, after falling prey to a crafty “trolling” ad by Minds+Machines. While domainers waste time speculating the clinical status of the “king of all TLDs”, someone apparently registered DotComIsDead.com – as early as in 2000. During […]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Verisign, managers of both the .com and the .net domain name space, vehemently denied rumors that dot .com is dead, earlier today. “Our latest hospital report clearly shows that dot .com is alive, despite its current comatose status,” exclaimed Verisign spokesman, Varth Dader. “There is definitely some brain activity, there is a pulse, and the […]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
As we posted two years ago, Disney holds the domain name PearlHarbor.com hostage, for more than a decade. Disney, producers of the movie ‘Pearl Harbor’, used to forward this premium geodomain to a sales page advertising the DVD of the movie. At some point, the URL forwarding stopped and the domain PearlHarbor.com currently displays a […]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.