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The Domains
The Domains
Chairman Of The IP Committe of the U.S. House Comes Out Swinging Against Leahy Bill
Over the weekend there was some good news out of Washington when Rep. Bob. Goodlatte, R-Va said about the Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act: “We don’t want to be Egypt,” “Nor do we, when you talk about cyberse...
Discussion
February 21, 2011, 10:29 am
Domain Name Wire
Domain Name Wire
Whisper.me Sells for $17,500
Another .me domain name sells for big bucks. Go Daddy Auctions has handled the sale of Whisper.me for $17,5000. I must admit that I continue to be taken aback by sales of .me domain names. Sure, some of them are catchy. But whisper.me doesn’t h...
Discussion
February 21, 2011, 10:07 am
Domain Shane
Domain Shane
The Original Monday’s Daily Domain Auction and Drops Picks
I’ve had some good success getting some names from SnapNames and Namejet lately.  For those of you that don’t understand.  NameJet names can have a reserve.  Just because you have high bid doesn’t mean you get the nam...
Discussion
February 21, 2011, 3:01 am
Elliot's Blog
Elliot's Blog
Saving Photos from Facebook
Up until recently, you could hold down your mouse on a Facebook photo and drag it to your desktop to save it. This would allow you to print photos or use them for other things, such as backgrounds, images for websites…etc. Today when I was try...
Discussion
February 20, 2011, 8:24 pm
The Domains
The Domains
Google May Kill Off The URL Bar In Chrome: No More Direct Navigation?
According to an article Conceivablytech.com, domain owners worst nightmare might occur if Google as the article suggests,  is considering modifying its Chrome Browser and might kill off the URL bar altogether. According to the article: “Go...
Discussion
February 20, 2011, 6:44 pm
IDN Blog
IDN Blog
Russian .ORG Release a Hit
Yesterday, the .ORG registry released Cyrillic IDNs which are now available for all to register. Many major registrars and dropcatchers heavily marketed this release including Dynadot and Pool.com. While unlocking the Cyrillic alphabet for .ORG domai...
Discussion
February 20, 2011, 1:52 pm
Elliot's Blog
Elliot's Blog
Domain Acquisition Tip
Here’s a tip for you when you’re in the process of buying domain names, no matter if you’re buying to re-sell, park, or develop. Don’t use an email address that alludes to the fact that you’re a domain name buyer. This m...
Discussion
February 20, 2011, 1:05 pm
The Domains
The Domains
Effort.com Sells For $17K On NameJet.com & Other One Word Domains Sell For Under $10K
The domain name Effort.com sold yesterday on NameJet.com for $17K.  Its a nice one word .com but don’t think it would have gotten any bids if it was say in the live Domainfest auction with  a starting bid of $20K. Here are some other ...
Discussion
February 20, 2011, 9:50 am
Elliot's Blog
Elliot's Blog
The Art of Shaving Lets ArtOfShaving.com Expire
Since I work from home, I can easily go two or three days without shaving. My wife doesn’t exactly love it when I’ve got too much scruff, but there’s less incentive to shave, although I love a good shave. The Art of Shaving is a hig...
Discussion
February 19, 2011, 4:44 pm
Elliot's Blog
Elliot's Blog
Name.com Contest Contestants
I want to share with you the 5 finalists for the Valentine’s Day domain name poetry contest sponsored by Name.com. The winner will receive a $250 credit from Name.com, which can be used to buy domain names as well as renew them. Thanks to Name....
Discussion
February 19, 2011, 2:16 pm
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