Screenshots.com, the sister company of DomainTools, silently introduced an important change sometime in August. In the past, the storing of web site content as screenshots, was limited to a particular dimension vertically. Pretty much, Screenshots.com was storing a rectangular frame of the web sites it crawled, starting at the top and continuing up to the […]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
One day after the global anti-SOPA protest by thousands of web sites, Megaupload.com – a popular repository of files ranging from music to video to pornography was shut down by federal prosecutors. The charges against the owner Kim Dotcom (real name Kim Schmitz) and three others who were arrested in New Zealand, include an alleged […]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Screenshots.com – the project operated by top domain WHOIS tool DomainTools – exposed the percentage of anti-SOPA participation by domain bloggers. The result, a staggering 1.5%. Of all domainer blogs and services, only Francois of Valuate.com and NameBee.com shut down their services in protest. “Sopa mean soup in Spanish and dad from Spain so I […]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Top WHOIS tool DomainTools will be introducing Double Layer WHOIS ™ – a remarkable improvement over the current, single layer WHOIS. Jody from DomainTools explains: “Well, sometimes it’s easy for people that while checking out our historic WHOIS data, they play the guessing game and attempt to count the underscores we use instead of letters […]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
The press release that went out this morning detailing the launch of Screenshots.com wasn’t the initial draft. Luckily, we caught a screenshot of it, using the valuable service of Screenshots.com itself and we’re able to share it with you today DomainTools, the only WHOIS tool that frustrated domainers really need in order to find out […]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.