Archive | October, 2008

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Net Visionary Awards Tomorrow Night!

Tomorrow evening a lot of people will be heading to the IIA Net Visionary Awards in The Royal Hospital Kilmainham. I’m attending courtesy of Realex Payments, who are one of the event sponsors and our credit card processor I wasn’t at last year’s event, but I really enjoyed the evening other years. While it is […]

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Magento now supported

We’ve been inundated with queries about magento over the last few months. Today we’ve rolled out some php5 upgrades to all linux shared hosting machines so we can now support Magento. Please note that this only applies to our minimus, medius and maximus (linux) plans. Also this upgrade now supports imap and imaps so you […]

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Enom Phishing Warning

If you have registered a .com/net/org/info/biz or mobi domain name through us (or anyone else for that matter) you will normally get an email once a year asking you to verify your whois details. This is normal. If you need to update the details you can do so via your control panel. At no time […]

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SEO Competition Fun And Games

SEO (search engine optimisation) competitions, where the entrants have to get their site to rank for a random keyphrase, are a bit of fun. They also allow people to show off their SEO skills. Damien Mulley posted earlier today about an SEO competition he’s running, but as he hadn’t mentioned any prizes I thought we […]

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Countdown to ICANN Cairo

The next public ICANN meeting kicks off in Cairo on November 2nd. So what’s on the agenda this time round? You can expect all the old classics to be on the agenda at some point, but the “star” this time round is going to be the much vaunted “new gTLDs”. In case you missed out […]

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IDNs Coming To A Domain Near You?

There are several “hot” topics in the domain world at the moment. The introduction of new gTLDs, which I have touched on, is one, while the introduction of IDN (internationalised domain names) is another. For most of this site’s readers IDN isn’t that important. Most of our clients, with some exceptions, are English speakers. Of […]

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Pre-Barcamp Cork Food

Pat Phelan and Alexia Golez are organising a pre-BarCamp Cork dinner on Friday 31st October in Bangkok93/Taste of Thailand on Bridge St. You can find out more and signup via Pat’s blog (places ARE limited) If you are thinking of heading to BarCamp Cork, or are still undecided Sabrina has done a roundup of events […]

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Get Ready For .tel

Telnic, the people who are running the .tel name space, have just announced the launch of their developer area. The .tel domain, which I mentioned a while back, is going to bring some radical changes to the way business and individuals interact (if it takes off). If you want to get an idea of what […]

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