I have this same question for years. How is shopping around for a domain going to help you? Help you get it cheaper that is… I am not talking about different domains. I am talking …Read More »
I lost 3 done deals in 3 days!
I was in negotiations to sell 3 domain names to different buyers. I think all buyers were from the US. I reached an agreement with the buyers on all 3 domains but I eventually lost …Read More »
Breaking: ICANN board withholds consent for a change of control of PIR and .org
Today, the ICANN Board made the decision to reject the proposed change of control and entity conversion request that Public Interest Registry (PIR) submitted to ICANN. What I find really interesting is that “The entire …Read More »
ICANN independence: ICANN’s new excuse for allowing the .org transfer
An array of useful idiots have started vomiting “rebellious” posts and articles around the web supporting the new excuse that NoEthos publicists invented for ICANN. This new “argument” will be used to allow the .org …Read More »
What is the point of temporarily waiving domain restoration fees?
Radix joined Verisign and some other registries in temporarily waiving off the domain name restoration fees. I don’t understand what is the point of temporarily waiving a fee that was totally unnecessary to begin with …Read More »
Google ignores many businesses and gives them ZERO ad credits
In early April Google made an announcement that it will be helping small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) stay in touch with their customers during this challenging time with the coronavirus and covid-19 by giving them …Read More »
ICANN was ready to approve the .org transfer
ICANN was ready to approve the .org transfer on April 16 but the California Attorney General ruined their party. ICANN, ISOC, PIR and NoEthos Capital were very close to getting their corrupted plan completed but …Read More »
California Attorney General slams ICANN, ISOC and PIR (CAG urges ICANN to reject .ORG transfer)
California Attorney General sent a letter on April 15th urging ICANN to reject the transfer of control over the .ORG registry to Ethos Capital. In his letter the California Attorney General slams ICANN, ISOC and …Read More »
Sometimes it is hard to believe it!
Sometimes I get so blindsided by an email that I don’t even know where to begin writing a post. I got an email through the contact form on this blog from a guy in the …Read More »
Pay your fucking bills!
I see a lot of people lately that are looking for an excuse to not pay their bills on time. (or ever?) And I am not talking about people that have lost their jobs or …Read More »
Adjusting your business to overcome the Coronavirus pandemic
The Coronavirus pandemic has affected almost everyone in the world one way or another. A friend send me an email telling he is in self-quarantine, he can’t practice his main profession and is using this …Read More »
Alarming Coronavirus messages in domain inquiries
I have put up a contact form on a lot of my domains and I get quite a few odd requests on a variety of subjects instead of valid domain name inquiries. Most of the …Read More »
No Ethos Capital tries to strengthen the PIC and .ORG Stewardship Council
No Ethos Capital announces additional steps trying to strengthen the Public Interest Commitment (PIC) and .ORG Stewardship Council. All these additional steps is just a smokescreen trying to persuade some people that don’t yet know …Read More »
Anyone that buys a domain and tries to sell it is not a domainer
There has been a lot of talk about whether it is ethical to purchase coronavirus related domains. Well, it all depends on what kind of domains you buy AND what you do with them. I …Read More »