Archive | January, 2010

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Domain Pulse Switzerland – See You There!

We’ll be attending the upcoming DomainPulse event in Lucerne, Switzerland. DomainPulse is the most important event for the German speaking domain industry, and is held each year in either Germany, Austria or Switzerland. This year’s agenda includes topics such as IDNs, DNSSEC, legal issues and internet governance. It’s also one of the few domain industry […]

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Same Scams – Different Year

While everyone else is settling back into a New Year it’s “nice” to see that the scammers have been hard at work. So what’s on the menu this year? Well there’s Internet Register Ireland. Remember them? There’s also those “lovely” people from Domain Registry of America. They got a nice slap on the wrists in […]

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Whois Compliance Emails

Several of our clients have received emails from eNom in the last 24 hours about supposed WHOIS compliance issues: From: []Sent: 06 January 2010 00:03To: info@xxxxxxxx.comSubject: Whois Day 60 / Freeze Notification Letter – Immediate action required for domain Dear xxxx xxxx, As your registrar of record, eNom, Inc requests your immediate attention […]

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Phone Service Disruption This Week

As most people are probably aware, Europe is currently experiencing some pretty nasty weather. Ireland, where we are based, has been having severe frost, ice and snow since the week before Christmas. Unfortunately the local authorities haven’t been able to treat the roads, so they are becoming more and more unsafe. (I think someone referred […]

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Some Useless Statistics

I’m fascinated by statistics. Of course being fascinated by them is one thing, being able to do anything meaningful with them is quite another matter entirely. So here are a few statistics that I thought I’d share. Facebook provides quite a bit of data to publishers of pages, so here’s some of ours. (Bear in […]

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Waiting On An IE Domain Name?

Tomorrow morning most people will go back to work if they haven’t done so already. Our offices will resume their normal operating hours and the IE Domain Registry will re-open. Prior to the Christmas break we ran a rather attractive offer on IE domain names. Unfortunately due to the sheer volume of domains and the […]

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