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Google is currently taking a lot of heat from social media and Christian organizations, after failing to utilize a proper “doodle” on its homepage. Instead of a religious depiction of Jesus, or even an Easter Bunny for the kids, evil Google is stealing Easter by using a round portrait of the late migrant farm labor [...] Continue reading
Our very best wishes for a Happy Easter to all domainers – Florida style. May the power of these honey-bunnies rejuvenate your domain business this wonderful Spring break season. [...] Continue reading
ICANN CEO Fadi Chehade has promised to find a cure for herpes by the end of the year. Delivering an impromptu keynote speech at the National STD Prevention Conference in Atlanta today, Chehade also apologized for the continuing existence of the pernicious viral infection, which he blamed on predecessor Rod Beckstrom. “I came here to [...] Continue reading
Even though it’s Easter, like many business owners I find myself spending time with family and then sneaking away to do some business. I needed to renew a few domains and found one to register so I used a few Godaddy promo codes. Here are two that worked today so I thought I would share [...] Continue reading
NameCheap are having an Easter promo today: dot com transfers at $5.99 a pop. The discount isn’t as impressive as the GoDaddy ones I mention on DomainingTips each week but the good part is that you can transfer up to 15 domains and that you get free whois privacy for the first year with each [...] Continue reading
Hello and Happy Passover and Easter! Today, like most of you, we are enjoying some R&R and getting ready to paint some eggs. Last year we somehow miserably failed at making boiled eggs, I’m not quite sure how we screwed it up but we just couldn’t seem to get it right. This year we’re back [...] Continue reading
Neil Schwartzman writes to report that U.S. Cert issued Alert TA13-088A on Friday March 29, 2013. "It is a solid how-to guide to test for, and remediate DNS configurations that can be used for Distributed Denial of Service attacks." From the Alert: "While the attacks are difficult to prevent, network operators can implement [...] Continue reading