The United States has made clear that it has no intention of giving up oversight of the Internet’s Domain Name System and they let ICANN know that was the case in a letter sent to the oversight body Wednesday.
Archive for July, 2008
The new weekly domain sales report is out at DNJournal.com. The top dog this week was a one-word .com domain that attracted close to a quarter of a million dollars in one of the year’s 20 biggest sales. Country codes also fared well again, taking fou…
Effective Friday (August 1), Matt Bentley is leaving his post as Chief Strategy Officer at Sedo. In his 6 years with the company Bentley has compiled an exceptionally impressive record of success.
The Computer DN Journal is Written On Died Over the Weekend. Here’s Why I Built the New One from Scratch
When I returned home from the GeoDomain Expo my home computer refused to start. Needing a quick replacement but finding nothing but plastic junk in the big box stores I set about building my own. Here’s what’s under the hood now.
MySpace Boss Peter Chernin Thinks the Site is Underpaid for Ads But Video and Mobile May Change That
MySpace.com is wildly popular but Peter Chernin, the President of parent company News Corp, says ads on the site don’t generate the kind of money they should. He thinks video and mobile may be the key to ramping up their (and your) website revenue.
Drop Wizard Gordon Martin is back in the saddle. After closing his popular drop catching service in 2004 he quietly switched his focus from .com to country code domains and now he has rolled out a new business centered entirely around ccTLDs.