Tag Archives | Domain name


Counting Down To .Irish Launch

In a few days time the .irish top level domain name will be available to the public. From June 25th they’ll be open for registration on a “first come, first served” basis, though you can currently pre-order during landrush. It’s going to be interesting to see who registers one and how they end up using […]

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DotNGO T-Shirt

I love t-shirts – they’re like my daily “uniform” so I was delighted to get this t-shirt from the guys at PIR. They’re launching .ngo / .ong in the next few months and have been working on some marketing material. Love this design Related Posts:Very cool marketing!Spartacus Gods of the Arena – Cheeky Slogan TshirtMichele.blog […]

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In Vegas For NamesCon

I’m in Las Vegas for the next few days at NamesCon. It’s the first internet / domain industry event of 2014 and the list of speakers and attendees is pretty impressive. I’ll be speaking on a couple of panels, but for now I’m going to try and see a bit of Vegas. I was here […]

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Tongue In Cheek Marketing

James and I throw ideas backwards and forwards a lot. Generally speaking, however, he knows what I’ll like and what I’ll hate. This week he came up with a couple of very nice images for two very different things. One is for a talk I’m giving at a conference later this month. I’ll be talking […]

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Big Companies Trying To Monopolise .blog, .cloud and more

ICANN is currently evaluating a couple of thousand applications for new top level domains. Most of the applications are for new and interesting domain extensions (the bit on the right of the dot) that will provide greater consumer choice and foster competition. Unfortunately a smaller subset is from a companies that believe they have special […]

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