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Growth Hacking, Web Summit and More

  From this weekend Dublin city will be invaded by geeks, techies and entrepreneurs from around the globe. Yes, it’s that time of the year again. Web Summit is being held in Ireland’s capital yet again. (We’ve been covering it over on Technology.ie over the past few months) This year the event organisers are expecting […]

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Not Quite Halloween

Things that go bump this weekend

No it’s not quite halloween just yet but that won’t stop us using a spooky ( ok maybe it’s just cute) graphic on a blog post. The hour hands on the clock of course go bump this weekend and in other news our offices will be open on Monday, but we’re giving our staff a […]

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Have You Met Blacknight.Host?

Sure we sell domain names, but our core business is providing hosting solutions of all shapes and sizes to businesses globally. With the launch of .host domain names we were really excited and thought it was the obvious choice for us. So we were really delighted when the registry accepted us into their “pioneer” program. […]

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The .Irish Domain Is One Step Closer!

Last night the launch of the .irish top level domain (the bit on the right of the dot) got a little bit closer. Dot Irish LLC, which is the company that applied to run the .irish domain name registry, signed their contract with ICANN yesterday. Who is .irish for? Well unless the domain name extension […]

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Get Your .Ink Domain Now!

  I’m really excited that we’re now adding new and funky domain name extensions to our systems. A couple of days ago we announced that we’d added .wiki domains and now we’ve added .ink as well What will you do with your .ink domain name? If you get one and you do something interesting with […]

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When Whois Policy and Local Law Collide ..

I’ve written quite a bit about privacy and the implications that various rules and policies can have on it in the past. It’s a topic that concerns everyone, not just industry. We are an Irish based company. We are, therefore, obliged to operate in compliance with Irish law. We cannot choose to ignore some of […]

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