Monthly Archives: January 2011

DNS Geeked down… Kelly style

There are guys (!) that I work with that think I shouldn’t cover Geeky topics on this blog… they don’t think people are interested? I beg to differ, I’m interested and I’m confident that if people had the chance to … Continue reading

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Do we need more extensions?

Most of you have probably heard about the proposed ICANN relaxation of rules allowing applications of new domain name extensions. This has been ongoing for a number of years and there is a part of me that actually thinks… is … Continue reading

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What Is ICANN?

I’m going to touch on this as I’ll be referring to ICANN throughout this blog, I’ll also be posting shortly on the ICANN proposal to relax the restrivtions on allowing new extensions. To reach another person on the Internet you … Continue reading

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The ‘mobile’ internet .mobi

I stumbled across an interesting article at the end of last year from dotMobi, I wanted to share it as there is a lot of news being released at the moment from retailers about their strong growth online and, on … Continue reading

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What’s in a name?

Those of you that have done a www.who.is search will know this is a new blog, the domain name was created on 16th December 2010 and as most of you will appreciate, coming up with an available, new, short, .com, … Continue reading

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Domain name breaches?

We’ve noticed a recent rise in unsolicited third party emails informing clients they have a key Domain name for sale and asking them to respond to negotiate a price.  Astonishingly these domains aren’t even registered and should the client respond … Continue reading

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