Dotcom vs New gTLD Extensions: What’s the Status?

When consumers first began using the Internet there were only a handful of generic top-level domains (gTLDs) to choose from: .com, .org, .net, .info and a few others (this list does not include restricted TLDs, such as .edu, .gov, and .mil since they can only be used by specific types of organizations or registrants). While […]

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131 years ago, Nietzsche stated: “God is dead.” But God is not dead. God–in any and all forms–is very much alive, especially online. Judging from online Presence alone, God  might say, as Mark Twain once did, “Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” The next big thing in gTLD’s (generic top level domains) will […]

The Next Big Money Makers

With the rise of gTLDs (generic Top Level Domains), I thought I would begin an intermittent series of crystal ball readings on what the new .com revolutions of the 2-year to 15-year future may look like.  As I wrote a few weeks back, .family  is already in the pipeline for 2013.  (I hope to purchase […]

.family 2013

According to a recent New York Times piece by Matt Richtel marriages in much of the world rarely last much longer than a decade or so. He suggests that marriage itself probably needs an “overhaul” in the form of limited marriage contracts between 5 and 20 years.  A  law proposing short-term renewable marriage contracts was recently […]

New Hosting and VPS Plans from Host Color

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Web hosting provider, HostColor.com, recently announced the launch of its new hosting plans. The provider services thousands of U.S.-based and Canadian-based customers from their data center based out of South Bend, Indiana, 90 miles from Chicago. The company’s recent advertising campaign highlights the free account migration service to all products and services. Migration Service This […]