Penn State registers domain name for sensitive PR campaign…after news of the campaign already hit the press. If you’re a PR firm releasing a very sensitive campaign for a client, you better make sure to register the appropriate domain names ahead of time Over the weekend Pennsylvania State University kicked off its “Faces of Penn State” campaign, designed to move the university forward after the sex abuse scandal.
Michael Castello of Castello Cities Internet Network was in our area on a family vacation over the weekend. However when we got together, one family member was missing
Francois Carrillo recently launched a new website at Dofo.com (short for “domain information”) and he has been adding features to this very useful new free resource ever since (with still more coming in the weeks ahead). I took a close look at Dofo.com over the weekend and found a lot to like in Carrillo’s new creation.
Over the weekend, Facebook quietly registered a series of “newsroom” domains. Could a new journalism project be next for the social media giant? On Sunday, Facebook quietly registered a series of “Facebook Newsroom” domains–a move that seems to signal that Facebook's entering the media content game in a new way
The drama surrounding GoDaddy and its stance on the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) continued this weekend, with reports of customers having difficulty dropping their domains from the company.
Michael & Judi Berkens have lost their beloved Yorkie Bandit who passed away over the weekend. At Traffic conferences, Bandit became as familiar to veteran attendees as anyone on two legs (and a lot more popular than many of them)! Bandit may be gone but his spirit will live on in a new annual award that will bear his name.
ICM Registry to sponsor world champion powerboat racer Mike Seebold.
Over the weekend, Hurricane Irene went on a destructive tear up the Eastern seaboard that affected millions of people in 15 states including a number of people from our industry. After two days without electricity some are just now getting back online.
In a meeting in Singapore over the weekend, ICANN ? the governing body for the Internet?
The Department of Homeland Security seized at least eight website addresses over the weekend, bringing to 128 the number of domains confiscated as part of a government piracy crackdown.
A new monthly DN Journal newsletter is being emailed to opt in subscribers this weekend (and is also available online). It breaks down domain sales from the first quarter of 2011 to see how they compare against the same period a year ago
DN Journal’s latest monthly newsletter is being emailed to opt-in subscribers this weekend. It contains a comprehensive breakdown of 2010 domain sales data comparing the year just past against the previous year, as well as 4Q-2010 vs. the same quarter a year ago. The good news is ALL categories showed improvement.
Our latest monthly newsletter is being emailed to opt-in subscribers this weekend. It is also available online
David Castello saved me a lot of embarrassment this weekend. Earlier this year at TRAFFIC in Vancouver I asked David Castello which of two dates I should hold a domain name event in Austin: September 24-25 in conjunction with the Texas v. UCLA football game or November 12-13 with the Texas v
I’m currently in Sarasota, Florida where our son will be getting married on the beach this weekend. While I’m in Sarasota – the place where I began a TV sporstcasting career – I will also be researching a possible geodomain project.
Information overload hits over Memorial Day weekend. Maybe it was because this weekend was the end of the month. Or perhaps it was to meet deadlines for the upcoming ICANN conference. Regardless, ICANN chose a U.S.
Latona’s Brokerage and Auction House has taken live both T.R.A.F.F.I.C. Milan auctions on Proxibid over the weekend.
There was a multitude of new wide and limited releases this weekend, but the top of the box office remained the same, if only for…