Monthly Archives: June 2012

ICANN Gets a new CEO

This press release came out of ICANN this morning: Fadi Chehadé Steps into ICANN’s Top Spot on 1 October Chehadé, a leader in the formation of progressive Internet enterprises, has been named as the next President and Chief Executive Officer … Continue reading

Posted in ICANN, Uncategorized | Comments Off on ICANN Gets a new CEO

Three New TLDs: .bar | .rest | .cafe

Mexico Joins the Race for New Domain Extensions with Punto 2012’s Application for Three Essential gTLDs, .rest .bar and .cafe Punto 2012, a Mexican based company has chosen to participate in ICANN’s new gTLD program and create the first niche … Continue reading

Posted in Domain Name News, Domain Names, ICANN, New Top Level Domains, Registries | Comments Off on Three New TLDs: .bar | .rest | .cafe

This Guy Has to be a Cousin

I know this guy has to be related to us (the Alagna family); but I don’t know how. He is Sicilian (but grew up in France). This has nothing to do with domain names which is my usual fare here. … Continue reading

Posted in Inspiration | Comments Off on This Guy Has to be a Cousin

Amazon New TLD Applications: Moving The Internet Backwards

This is my opinion.  I probably shouldn’t complain; it isn’t my money;I’ve been discussing the virtues of new TLDs for several years.  I’ve never suggested that there are no drawbacks. Today I have a complaint.  Amazon is applying for seventy-six … Continue reading

Posted in Domain Names, ICANN, New Top Level Domains, Plain Interesting | Tagged , | Comments Off on Amazon New TLD Applications: Moving The Internet Backwards