Vint Cerf is one of the fathers of the internet. So when he sits us all down, metaphorically speaking, to tell us about his child it might be worth listening. This short video explains how the internet’s address book works ie. how domains map to numbers (IP addresses) and who runs it all. As well […]
A LOT of the domain name bloggers have been talking about the launch of .xyz over the last few days. Prior to the launch Daniel Negari posted an article on his blog, which of course uses a .xyz domain, and was very optimistic about how the TLD would fare. I don’t know Daniel Negari personally, […]
The .global registry released this video a couple of weeks ago. I’m not sure if I love it or hate it, but it’s definitely better than some of the ones I’ve seen so far .. Enjoy:
If you follow Internet Governance circles you’ll know that most people involved in the internet policy and governance are either in Brazil or en route there this weekend. NetMundial is being held in São Paulo, Brazil on 23rd and 24th and it’s pretty serious business if the agenda is anything to go by. However over on […]
At this morning’s first session at NamesCon in Las Vegas DotCEO’s CEO unveiled their new marketing video.
Nice and simple (and yes, I am in it) Related articles Be in with a Chance to Win a Holiday for 2 when you Register an EU Domain
While some new TLD marketing material might not be stellar, the quality of the marketing material coming out of UniRegistry is excellent. Frank Schilling’s video for .sexy is slick and captivating and worth a watch:
On the final day of the recent ICANN meeting in Beijing the GAC, which includes representatives from many countries’ governments, issued their communique as they do at all ICANN meetings. While the contents of a GAC communique always attracts commentary and reaction, the GAC communique from Beijing has probably provoked more debate, anger and confusion […]
ICANN CEO Fadi Chehadé has announced a firm date for new TLD launch. In a video interview, with Brad White, Fadi Chehadé put April 23rd as a date when the first new TLD could be delegated. He admits, however, that the date may “slip”, though this time the “slippage” should be days or weeks and not […]
Amusing.. From the description: ICANN’s top level domain expansion scheme can be called a lot of things: expensive, deceptive, exploitive, extortive, enraging, confusing, embarrassing, and more … but when you actually look at the massive, rather insane list of TLD applications submitted so far, I’m forced to admit that ICANN’s plan can also be called […]
I guess it was inevitable that someone would do this at some point, so here it is.