“Reopen” Domain Surge

Propaganda and misinformation are easy to propagate on the web as one of my mentors, Wayne Porter, would frequently show me. Now is not the time to let our guard down. That lookup returned approximately 150 domains; in addition to those named after the individual 50 states, some of the domains refer to large American cities or counties, and others to more general concepts, such as “” or “” Source: Who’s Behind the “Reopen” Domain …

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Your Domain and Your Home Address

I often shock potential small business or nonprofit clients by knowing their home address or cell phone number during our first or second call. It’s easy if they have already purchased a domain. I don’t do it as a scare tactic, but as an educational moment about the need to plan ahead and think through security issues. By the time someone or a business or group has come to me with an idea for a …

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Bible Domains

When the society — which lists several conservative Christian “founding partners” on the website — first applied for the rights to .bible, it pledged to provide wide access to “all qualified parties” interested in Bible issues. Soon after acquiring the domain name, though, ABS barred publication of material it defined as “antithetical to New Testament principles” or promoting a secular worldview or “a non-Christian religion or set of religious beliefs.” Source: Who owns the .bible? …

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“The site wasn’t hacked and the Bush campaign didn’t forget to register a domain. Bush campaign spokesman Tim Miller said that the campaign website is and that has been the case since the beginning of the campaign. The campaign has never used, and Mr. Miller says that searches for “Jeb Bush” bring up the correct website.” Source: For, a Mystery Wrapped Inside a Domain Name – Washington Wire – WSJ It’s always … and Continue Reading >

Namecheap Domain Move Update

Yesterday I decided to go with the gestalt and move a few test domains from GoDaddy to Namecheap. I’m happy to say that at about 9pm last night, I received an email from Namecheap saying the process had been completed (and one from GoDaddy saying goodbye). In total, it took about 10 hours from start-to-finish, but I’m guessing much of that was due to the Dump GoDaddy Day movement. All of the name servers were …

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Get a .Me Domain

Montenegro is opening up its coveted .me domain to the public today. I’m sure the good stuff will go quickly, but there’s lots of interesting combinations to be had for blogs and sites… .Me Domains Now Available to the Public – AppScout: “In 2006, Montenegro was assigned its own domain name extension: .me. Like Tuvalu and Djibouti, sheer coincidence has given the small European nation a potentially high-demand extension. Says EnCirca president, Thomas Barrett of …

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