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Movable Type – Which License For Me?

Up until a few short months ago Movable Type, which is my preferred blogging platform, was not open source. While there was a free personal license if you made commercial use of the software you were honour bound to get a commercial license of some kind. Since then MovableType has launched an open source project, […]

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Dotmobi Transfers Now Available

We’re happy to announce that we’ve finally enabled dotmobi (.mobi) transfers. If you have a .mobi domain registered elsewhere you can transfer it to us for the low cost of € 10 (ex-vat). Similar to .com and many other domain extensions, .mobi uses the EPP system, so you will need to ensure that you have […]

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Sixy – Directory of ipv6 Enabled Sites

If your site is accessible over ipv6 or you simply want to find other ipv6 enabled sites then a new web directory called Sixy might be of interest. Unlike a lot of more traditional directories Sixy uses tags to categorise sites and as a site owner you can specify which ones you’d like associated with […]

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Watch Your Mouth!

TJ McIntyre posted earlier this week about a courtcase in Dublin involving abusive activity on Bebo. TJ goes into some detail about the case and how the court was able to apply pre-existing legislation to a new medium. He also goes onto add a word of warning which many legislators should heed: But any extension […]

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