The Republican Party began selling new web domains
ending in .gop today at www.join.gop
. Public interest has definitely been sparked, but perhaps not for the reasons Republicans have hoped. [more inside]
A quarter of a century ago, today, symbolics.com
was registered. [more inside]
registered a few weeks ago by our very own rcade
. He hedged his bets by registering six domains in all, and now is being called out for popesquatting.
is just plain cool. I mean... now I can see if a text string appears anywhere
in a domain, and the results are clickable (note to the folks who do those awful WHOIS searches: I don't care who registered it, I care whether it's up-and-running!). Anyway, the link is via Rion.nu
who, BTW, has some wonderful photographs of the Tribute of Light
And the link to the photographs came via David Gallagher... another fine photographer, not to be confused with that ijit from Oasis.
Following the earlier
post regarding cheap domain names, does anyone know anything about .eu.com domains? I've found one site
offering them, but are they actually available yet? What's the story?
Oh shit, oh piss, oh dear. Judge rules domain names are not property.
We had enough problems with this in the last decade with 800-numbers. <sigh>
Anyone know how they got that domain? Which NICs are allowing "unusual" characters, and how widespread is the standard?
I was thinking buying some new URLs, and I was suprised to see WebDork.com
was not only taken, but the owner has a kind of cool site up. Hmm...I wonder if HTMLackey.com
is taken? If you're looking for good unused domains, check Grant's Domain Name of the Week page
Buyer's Guide to Alternadomains
. Can't secure a .com/.org/.net domain? As we know, a host of small nations are selling their domainspace, but the requirements have always been a bit confusing. So I did my research and compiled all the basic information on one page. Now you can comparison-shop among .cc, .gg, and .nu!