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Domain Glossary
 

New TLDs

A new TLD is the term used in the domain industry to describe any of the TLDs (Top Level Domains or Domain Extensions) that ICANN launched or will launch after their original set of gTLDs (.com, .net, .org, .mil, .edu, .gov).  2009 is a pinnacle year where ICANN is expected …
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Newbie

The term newbie generally refers to an individual that is new to the Internet.  We were all newbies at some point so keep that in mind next time you’re helping your Aunt Ethel navigate around her favorite quilting web site!…
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Name-Server (or Nameserver)

A name server manages DNS for any given domain name, to include A Records, CNAMEs, MX records and other domain name related mapping services.  In a nutshell, the name server responds to computer requests with regards to where it can find services related to a given domain name.…
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Nameprep

Nameprep is the process by which the letters in an IDN (Internationalized Domain Name) are changed to lower case as well as other code cleanup.  This process is also known as Unicode normalization and it’s all fascinating stuff. wink
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