Archive for the ‘Etc’ Category

Wayne man makes killing on domain name – NorthJersey.com

For Glen DiGirolamo of Wayne, it paid $250,000. The story behind DiGirolamo’s recent quarter-million-dollar windfall is a window into the weird, arcane and occasionally profitable world of Internet domain names. It began with a bad loan to a billiards …

Wayne man makes killing on domain name – NorthJersey.com

For Glen DiGirolamo of Wayne, it paid $250,000. The story behind DiGirolamo’s recent quarter-million-dollar windfall is a window into the weird, arcane and occasionally profitable world of Internet domain names. It began with a bad loan to a billiards …

ICANN says it has 25 “registrants” for new top-level domain names – InternetRetailer.com

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN, says it has approved 25 “successful registrants” since it began accepting applications for new generic top-level domain names a week ago. The number of actual applications …

ICANN now accepting Top-Level Domain applications – ITBusiness.ca

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has started accepting applications for new generic top-level domains, a move that has the potential to befuddle consumers and provide a gold mine for scammers. There are 22 top-level domains in …

Domain Names: Debating the Effects of a Dot-Anything World – NewsHour

JEFFREY BROWN: And finally tonight, One of the Internet’s gatekeepers is starting to sell new Web site names and categories. Why does that matter? Ray Suarez looks at the stakes. RAY SUAREZ: Since the earliest days of the Internet, Americans …

How the Internet will get new domain name suffixes – Huffington Post

On Thursday, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers will start accepting applications for new Internet address suffixes. They could represent hobbies, ethnic groups, corporate brand names and more. Expanding the number of …

Why Does Hollywood Want To Kill Your Business? – Lewrockwell.com

Customers start contacting you, saying they can’t get to your website. You type your domain name into your web browser and get an error: “not found.” Frantically, you contact your web-hosting provider and they tell you they were instructed to cancel …