The new weekly domain sales report is out at DNJournal.com. Ties were the order of the day with two names tied for the top spot, four deadlocked in the runner-up position, three knotted at #9 and four more sharing the final slot on the Top 20.
If company activity in the domain industry over the past 24 hours is any indication, the final quarter of this year (that gets underway Monday) is shaping up to be a busy one. I don’t recall the last time I’ve seen so many notable announcements packed into such a short period of time.
We have learned that a deal for a major city IDN geodomain was completed in July 2011 when the final installment on a $216,000 purchase price was paid. That is the highest verified sale price reported to date for an IDN.
Just back from a week of ICANN meetings in Dakar. Is it just me, or is the new top-level domain program starting to feel like a TLD triathlon , where everyone’s now jockeying for position in the final stage — a grueling marathon?
Geodomain investor/developers will be gathering in Chicago late next week for the first ever GeoPublishers.com Expo. The event will run from Friday evening, Sept. 30 through Sunday, October 2 with most of the key players in the geo space on hand
Last week was the final week of the 2010 domain sales season and the year closed with a couple of unexpected guests occupying the penthouse suites on DNJournal’s new weekly all extension Top 20 Sales Chart.
Here we continue our examination of the final report (PDF) of the Investigatory Committee at Penn State University charged with investigating an allegation of scientific misconduct against Dr. Michael E.
Plenty of trivia has built up around the World Cup, the premier event in one of the worlds most popular sports. Below are a few choice items.
Michael “Zappy” Zapolin has scored a major honor for his latest category killing domain name development project – PrescriptionDrugs.com. The Harvard Business School has selected the site as a candidate in their “New Ventures” competition. Zappy will present to a panel of judges this month with a spot in the final 3 on the line.
Logo #6 is more subtle and will probably look better in situ but in the final analysis it will also depend on the overall color scheme of the page.
This weekend in the Lowdown at DNJournal.com: Photos and highlights from from the final 24 hours at the SedoPro Partners Forum that closed Friday afternoon in Key West, Florida. We have pictures from the 1920’s themed gala, Friday’s closing day panel discussion and a farewell luncheon on the beach.