Judging by reports the ccTLD of Syria(.sy) is having issues. This shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone, as the country has been having plenty of issues internally .. (a gross understatement!) TechCrunch report that Art.sy are now redirecting to a .net domain, though they're relying on a HTTP redirect (Can we say "doh!"?). While that might work at *some* levels it's … [Read more...] about .Sy Having Issues?
DomainFest Global, which I've attended for the last two years, will be opening registration for its 2009 edition in a few days.While the organisers, Oversee.net, haven't made available any information on next year's lineup and schedule, I will be booking my ticket as soon as I can.Why?Put very simply DomainFest is a wonderful event.The cost of attending isn't that high, if … [Read more...] about DomainFest Global 2009
The launch of NameJet may come as a kick in the teeth for Oversee.net according to a post on TechCrunch from Michael Arrington.Oversee.net acquired SnapNames back in June of this year and probably hoped to maximise their market position based on the Networks Solutions exclusive deal. With the launch of NameJet, which incorporates NSI domains, the attraction of SnapNames is no … [Read more...] about Arrington On Oversee.net and SnapNames