The owners of Oakville.com have developed a custom platform they plan to use to build out approximately 100 fully automated city guide web sites. Oakville.com was first off the assembly line and the popular site is extending its reach by helping to market the PGA’s Canadian Open that is coming to Oakville July 20.
.US fans have often said that America’s country code is a “sleeping giant.” The current global ccTLD boom, recent .us sightings on TV and at the airport, plus the millions of pages from .us business sites that have been indexed by Google indicate the extension might be starting to stir from its slumber.
The company behind most versions of the T.R.A.F.F.I.C. conference website that you have seen in recent years announced a major expansion for their domain development and audio/video services firm. Also today – ICANN makes it official – Rod Beckstrom is their new CEO.
The Associated Press is reporting that the former chief of U.S. cyber security is the leading candidate to become the next CEO of ICANN, replacing Dr. Paul Twomey. Meanwhile, an ICANN VP confirms they want to change the UDRP rules in favor of a URS that would drastically reduce your rights.
For the second day in a row, a major entity in the geodomain space has announced a major development partnership deal involving a generic keyword domain. This time it is the Castello Brothers (PalmSprings.com, Nashville.com, etc.) who are joining forces with LZ Domains to build out Suntan.com.