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16 end user domain name sales up to $25k

Domain Name Wire - Wed, 03/20/2019 - 17:39

A Black Friday site, a gaming company and an apartment community bought domain names last week.

Sedo had a variety of end user domain name sales this past week, including a rare appearance by .travel. As usual, it was an international list of buyers.

Here are the end user sales I found. You can view previous lists like this here.

Vivlio.com $25,000 – A French company called Tea, which bills itself as The eBook Alternative, bought the domain. A rebrand in the works?

Mandom.com €20,000 – Japanese company Mandom Corporation.

BF.de €15,000 – Forwards to black-friday.de, a site in German about Black Friday deals and a countdown to retail’s biggest day of the year. This is a nice, shorter version of the domain.

Artificer.com $12,000 – This site is still in development with a message that says, “CRAFTING GOOD GAMES: We are Artificer, a new veteran studio…” Looks like it will be a game developer.

Ostsee.travel €9,500 – Kuehlungsborn Travel KG bought this domain. Ostsee seems to be German for Baltic Sea.

PostCodeSoftware.com $8,495 – MRI Software in Ohio specializes in real estate software.

Endumax.com $8,400 – TriMM, an internet agency in The Netherlands, bought this domain name. It’s likely for a client.

ExportPartner.com €4,300 – Export Partner BV, a Netherlands company that specializes in international exporting of products and consumer goods. The website is still in development.

SaludDigital.com €3,800 – Fundacion Carlos Slim (the foundation for the 5th richest man in the world) bought this for its healthcare service.

WestridgeApartments.com $3,181 – Glenco Apartments Incorporated bought this domain for its luxury apartment community in Burlington, Wisconsin.

Aero.pk $3,000 – Forwards to Aero.de, a news site in German covering aviation topics. .PK is the country code for Pakistan.

Magniva.com $2,895 – Lallemand is a global leader in the development, production and marketing of yeast, bacteria and specialty ingredients. Magniva sure sounds like a bacteria product.

SightseeingToursAustralia.com $2,714 – True to its name, this is a travel site for Australian tour providers and other travel services down under.

TwistedAlchemy.com $2,500 – A new company producing high-end mixers for cocktails from freshly squeezed juices.

CoolQuotesCollection.com $2,500 – This might have been a website purchase as it had an existing site featuring quotes. The site hasn’t been updated since 2012.

Pulte.net $2,500 – A guy whose last name is Pulte.

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AppDetex raises $10 million in Series B

Domain Name Wire - Wed, 03/20/2019 - 13:24

Company that fights domain registrars over access to Whois data pockets $10 million.

Brand protection company AppDetex has raised $10 million in a round led by First Analysis. It has raised $17.5 million to date; a prior round was led by EPIC Ventures and Origin Ventures, which also participated this time.

AppDetex is best known in the domain name industry for its complaints about access to redacted Whois data. It tends to request a lot of redacted data just before ICANN meetings and then complains that it didn’t get satisfactory responses.

Its key client for the domain data is Facebook, and the two companies have a close relationship. Facebook acquired a domain name registrar from AppDetex in 2016.

AppDetex is based in Boise, Idaho.

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More cybersquatting cases but fewer domains at WIPO in 2018

Domain Name Wire - Tue, 03/19/2019 - 18:39

Filings up but number of domains down at largest UDRP organization.

WIPO heard 3,447 cybersquatting cases covering 5,655 domains in 2018. Chart courtesy WIPO.

World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has issued its annual release about how many cybersquatting cases it heard under UDRP and similar policies.

WIPO’s headline says it’s a record, and that’s true when considering the number of cases (3,447). But the number of domains involved (5,665) was only the third highest (see chart).

Another thing to point out is that there will be a lot of false headlines saying that cybersquatting has hit a new high. Remember that WIPO is just one of the providers for UDRP. It has tended to win more market share over time.

Also, case filings do not necessarily correlate to the amount of cybersquatting.

I expect UDRP filings to increase in 2019 because of GDPR. Companies that question whether a domain constitutes cybersquatting have difficulty figuring out if the registrant has rights or legitimate interests in the domain because they can’t research the registrant. They might be dissuaded from filing a complaint depending on who the owner is.

Of the 5,665 domains, 5022 were gTLDs and 633 were ccTLDs.

.Com, .Net and .Org were unsurprisingly the top gTLDs. .Nl, .Co and .Se led the way for ccTLDs.

According to RDNH.com, there were 28 reverse domain name hijacking findings at WIPO last year.

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The problem with price hikes on legacy TLDs

Domain Name Wire - Tue, 03/19/2019 - 14:20

It should not be a goal to align legacy TLD policies with new TLD policies.

ICANN dropped a bombshell yesterday: it’s planning to remove all price controls on .org and .info domain names.

The organization justified this move by saying:

This change will not only allow the [.org/info] renewal agreement to better conform with the base registry agreement, but also takes into consideration the maturation of the domain name market and the goal of treating the Registry Operator equitably with registry operators of new gTLDs and other legacy gTLDs utilizing the base registry agreement.

The proposed agreement also adds Uniform Rapid Suspension, a trademark rights protection mechanism that was created as part of the new top level domain program. It allows trademark holders to quickly take down domains that are alleged to be cybersquatting. ICANN has previously added URS to several other top level domain contracts as they have renewed.

ICANN’s justification seems to be that all registries should play by the same rules. But this ignores the environment in which these domain names were launched and registered by customers. It is, in effect, a retroactive change to policy.

It’s true that new top level domain registries can jack up their prices as much as they want. However, compared to legacy TLDs, these price increases were allowed from the start. The most recent .org and .info registry agreements had price controls baked in that only allowed prices to increase 10% per year. That’s a lot, but it’s not unlimited.

So people who have registered .org and .info domains with the understanding that price increases would be capped are suddenly using domains that could theoretically cost thousands of dollars to renew.

While I doubt that Public Interest Registry (.org) and Afilias (.info) will increase prices that much, history tells us that the existing customers are the ones that will end up paying the higher prices. Registries generally discount first-year registrations, not renewals. So it’s reasonable to expect that these registries will increase the base cost going forward but then offer specials on new registrations.

ICANN notes that “Protections for existing registrants will remain in place, in line with the base registry agreement.” These protections are just allowing existing registrants to renew their domains for up to 10 years at current prices before price hikes take effect. That just kicks the can down the road.

One of ICANN’s missions is the stability of the DNS. Allowing uncapped price changes adds instability to the market behind it.

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Tucows acquires Ascio as consolidation continues

Domain Name Wire - Tue, 03/19/2019 - 13:59

Tucows acquires another reseller registrar.

Tucows (NASDAQ: TCX) has acquired reseller registrar Ascio Technologies from CSC for $29.44 million.

Ascio has 1.8 million domains under management and 500 active resellers. Compared to Enom, which Tucows acquired two years ago, Ascio has fewer but bigger resellers.

By selling Ascio, CSC it focusing on its brand management registrar.

Ascio has a strong presence in Europe with a headquarters in Denmark and office in Germany. It’s also known for carrying lots of country code top level domains, which will help Tucows expand the number of TLDs available.

According to the release, Ascio had approximately $4 million in annual EBITDA. Tucows had already included the Ascio contribution in the latest financial guidance it provided last month.

Tucows says it expects cost synergies in the deal and this makes sense. The company is already rebuilding its platform to run both Enom and OpenSRS, Tucows’ other reseller registrar.

 

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ICANN proposes lifting price controls on .Org, .Info domains

Domain Name Wire - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 20:44

You might have to pay a lot more for your .org and .info domains in the future.

Domain name overseer ICANN has proposed new contracts for the .Org and .Info registries that would eliminate price caps on the domain names. Under the terms of the new agreements, .Org operator Public Interest Registry and .Info operator Afilias could increase prices on registrations to an unlimited amount, provided that they give advance notice.

The terms are similar to those found in new top level domain name agreements that have resulted in some registry operators jacking up prices as much as 30x. While those cases were for little-used domains, .Org currently has 10 million domains under management.

In announcing the proposed contract, ICANN stated:

In alignment with the base registry agreement, the price cap provisions in the current .org agreement, which limited the price of registrations and allowable price increases for registrations, are removed from the .org renewal agreement. Protections for existing registrants will remain in place, in line with the base registry agreement. This change will not only allow the .org renewal agreement to better conform with the base registry agreement, but also takes into consideration the maturation of the domain name market and the goal of treating the Registry Operator equitably with registry operators of new gTLDs and other legacy gTLDs utilizing the base registry agreement

The protections for existing registrants are basically the right to renew their domains for up to 10 years in advance at current prices.

ICANN’s language will likely be cited by Verisign in future price increase requests.

The current contract allows Public Interest Registry and Afilias to increase wholesale prices by 10% per year.

ICANN also added Uniform Rapid Suspension to the contracts.

Both contracts are open to public comment until April 29: .Org comments .Info comments

Read more here

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5 little-known tools for finding great domains

Domain Name Wire - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 19:36

These linguistic tools will help you brainstorm good domain names.

Last week I interviewed Anthony Shore of Operative Words to understand how he comes up with names for his clients. He mentioned many tools he uses. I call these little-known because they aren’t domain name tools; they are powerful linguistic and dictionary tools that will help you brainstorm names.

I recommend listening to the full podcast to understand how Anthony uses each tool, but here’s a rundown.

Sketch Engine – This is a very powerful tool but has a learning curve, especially if you don’t have a linguistic background. It’s inexpensive and there’s a free trial so you can try it before you buy it.

OneLook.com – Great thesaurus capabilities and wildcarding.

RhymeZone – Find rhyming words, synonyms, adjectives and other words.

MRC Psycholinguistic Database – Good for substitutions, wildcarding, etc. (Listen to an example in the podcast.)

GoldenDict – A dictionary lookup program that allows you to search multiple dictionaries.

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7Up and March Madness – DNW Podcast #228

Domain Name Wire - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 15:30

Hear the story of 7Up.com’s launch in March Madness 1996.

My guest on today’s program created the original 7up.com website when he was in his early 20s working at an advertising agency. Archie Smart was fresh out of school when he pitched the soda maker on a campaign to drive people to 7up.com during March Madness 1996. He talked them into printing the domain name on the side of soda cans, on the basketball court and using it in a major media buy.

Then, just days before March Madness, they ran into a problem.

Also: A true-crime thriller with a domain name angle, Radix’s revenue, 864.com and SyFy

Mentioned on this episode: the spinning 7Up can

This week’s sponsor: DNAcademy. Use code DNW for $50 off.

Subscribe via iTunes to listen to the Domain Name Wire podcast on your iPhone or iPad, view on Google Play Music, or click play above or download to begin listening. (Listen to previous podcasts here.)

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Samsung tries to hijack GalaxyStore.com domain name

Domain Name Wire - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 13:34

Samsung files abusive cybersquatting complaint in an effort to get GalaxyStore.com domain name.

Samsung renamed its app store Galaxy Store but doesn’t have the matching domain name.

Samsung has been found guilty of reverse domain name hijacking over the domain name GalaxyStore.com.

The electronics company changed the name of Galaxy Apps to Galaxy Store earlier this year and wanted the GalaxyStore.com domain name. However, the owner of GalaxyStore.com registered the domain name in 2004, at least five years before Samsung adopted the name Galaxy for its smartphones and tablets.

In other words, there’s no way the domain registrant registered the domain name with Samsung in mind. Nevertheless, Samsung filed a cybersquatting complaint under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) at Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre.

Because the domain registration pre-dated Samsung’s use of the Galaxy brand, the case was dead on arrival.

The domain owner’s counsel, Zak Muscovitch, warned Samsung’s counsel at Bae, Kim & Lee LLC IP Group about this critical fact and invited Samsung to withdraw the case. It didn’t, and the three-person UDRP panel found (pdf) Samsung to have filed the case in abuse of the policy, aka reverse domain name hijacking.

 

 

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How to get your domains out of Alpnames – Fast!

Domain Name Wire - Fri, 03/15/2019 - 16:48

Customers can access their account through LogicBoxes.

Domain name registrar Alpnames has imploded, leaving hundreds of thousands of domain names temporarily stuck in purgatory. Thankfully, there is a solution for customers that want to access their accounts and move domains to another registrar.

Alpnames used the registrar platform LogicBoxes to manage its domains and you can still log into LogicBoxes’ system to access your domains.

The Alpnames Logic Boxes control panel is at apal516804.myorderbox.com. Choose “customer” from the dropdown box and enter your Alpnames credentials.

A new registrar will eventually take over Alpnames accounts, but it’s worth transferring at least your best domains for safe keeping.

It should give Alpnames customers some relief to know that a third party was managing Alpnames’ backend.

Thanks to InfoClicks for the tip.

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ICANN shuts down Alpnames domain name registrar

Domain Name Wire - Fri, 03/15/2019 - 02:36

ICANN takes emergency action after Alpnames seemingly shutters.

This is all that’s left of Alpnames.

Domain name overseer ICANN has shut down registrar Alpnames after the registrar seemingly went dark.

I received an email from a customer about a week ago complaining about not being able to log in to his account. Kevin Murphy at DomainIncite has done a good job tracking the situation at Alpnames.

The termination will be a good test of the mechanisms ICANN put in place after RegisterFly was shuttered many years ago. Yes, other registrars have been terminated, but Alpnames is fairly large in terms of domains under management. It is the ninth-largest registrar for new top level domain names. At one point it had some common ownership with Famous Four Media, which offered its domains at cut-rate prices.

It was also shut down without warning.

Let’s hope that Alpnames was properly escrowing its domain ownership data.

Just last year in February, the company put out a press release stating that “Iain Roache has increased his ownership of AlpNames a leading domain registrar and web hosting company by acquiring a further 20% of the Company’s share capital for a consideration (including combined costs) of £3.9 million with a view to growing the business into a Tier 1 registrar.”

That didn’t work out.

The demise of Alpnames is another reminder to choose a domain name registrar you trust to be in it for the long haul.

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The Mastermind created his own domain registrar to run his criminal enterprise

Domain Name Wire - Thu, 03/14/2019 - 15:58

Paul Le Roux found a workaround to domain name suspensions: create his own ICANN-accredited domain name registrar.

I just finished reading Evan Ratliff’s book The Mastermind about Paul Le Roux. Le Roux ran a lot of unsavory and illegal businesses starting with an online pharmacy business called RX Limited.

Le Roux used a lot of domain names to sell pills online to U.S. consumers. In addition to operating an illegal service, many of the sites were promoted with spam. He knew that domain registrars would terminate his domain names for doing this so he found a workaround: create his own ICANN-accredited domain name registrar.

Le Roux created domain name registrar ABSystems using someone else’s identity and registered his domains through the registrar.

ICANN terminated the registrar in 2013. ICANN works with another registrar to transfer domains when it shuts down a registrar. Registrars look at this as a way to grow their business; in this case, EnCirca got stuck holding a bag of bad domains.

The detectives who chased Le Roux used Whois and DomainTools to connect the dots.

The Mastermind is a fascinating book in which domain names play a large role.

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15 end user domain name sales up to $70K

Domain Name Wire - Thu, 03/14/2019 - 13:51

A German clothing brand, a link shortener and the SyFy network all bought domain names last week.

The top sale on Sedo this past week seems like a great deal for the buyer. Not only is boot.com a great brandable name, but it means boat in German. The top ccTLD sale also made the end user list, SwimmingPool.de at €12,750. And these weren’t the only 5-figure sales, there were several that made the list this week.

Let’s take a look at some of the end user sales on Sedo. You can view previous lists like this here.

Boot.com $70,000 – Boot is German for boat. The domain forwards to Boot.de, which looks like a trade show for the boating world. It’s worth noting they also use Boot.club for a program. This was a great deal for the buyer!

TZGZ.com $43,000 – Universal Studios acquired the domain name and it now redirects to SyFy.com, the popular science fiction television network. It has applied for trademarks for TZGZ It Comes after Syfy, suggesting this might be the new name for the network.

Datenschutzauditor.com €15,000 – It’s now owned by a German software company specializing in privacy and data protection.

SwimmingPool.de €12,750 – Forwards to SwimmingPool.com, an online network to find pool service providers.

SecureAccess.com $10,000 – This domain was purchased by Hilltop Advisors, which provides professional services to financial services companies with special focus on lenders of all types, loan service providers and more. This indicates that this domain could be for a financial services company of some sort.

TR.im €8,000 – What a fun name for this new link shortener.

Geburtstagsgeschenk.de €7,500 – Forwards to businessangels.de which is a service that assists companies in the areas of marketing, e-commerce, technology and infrastructure.

Ozti.com $5,000 – The main site for Öztiryakiler, a Turkish kitchen equipment manufacturer established in 1958 which makes it one of the first manufacturing companies of Turkey in this sector.

C-A.de €5,000 – Forwards to the quite choppy domain of C-and-A.com/de/, a German clothing brand.

Tawek.com €4,000 – The domain forwards to Homeless.lacounty.gov, which is the Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative. I can’t figure out what this name has to do with the group, but it must be some sort of acronym.

GBCTrading.com $3,995 – Forwards to GBCTrading.co.uk, a wholesaler of nutritional health products from around the globe based in the UK.

Pingtopia.com $3,750 – Identity management company Ping Identity bought this domain for “A Community of Ping advocates”.

Championship-Rings.net $2,500 – The site ChampionshipRings.net, which specializes in the resale of sports championship rings.

ULesson.com $2,500 – An online learning and educational platform for students in Africa.

CryptoMood.com €2,000 – A new crypto news aggregator, powered by “artificial intelligence and advanced text processing algorithms”. The site processes data from 50,000+ news sources, 4 social media networks and over 100 crypto trading blogs.

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SyFy might be rebranding as TZGZ

Domain Name Wire - Wed, 03/13/2019 - 18:46

Company gets trademarks and TZGZ.com domain name.

As I was working on this week’s end user domain name list, I discovered that SyFy, the television network owned by Universal Studios, might be rebranding.

The company paid $43,000 for the domain name TZGZ.com. The domain now forwards to SyFy.com.

I searched for trademarks on TZGZ and found that Universal Studios just obtained four trademark registrations for TZGZ yesterday. Two of them are for TZGZ as a word mark and two are for a logo TZGZ It Comes After SyFy (pictured above).

The goods and services are related to entertainment, broadcasting, etc.

Would SyFy rebrand? It’s possible; SyFy badly fails the radio test. TZGZ is a mouthful and I wonder if it is pronounced another way.

TZGZ could just be a show, podcast or something else for the network, but the logo branding and trademark applications make it seem like a big deal.

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Some recent domain name observations

Domain Name Wire - Wed, 03/13/2019 - 15:23

These three domain names caught my attention in and around Austin.

Earlier this week I wrote about a bakery in Austin that uses an internationalized domain name so it can have an accent in its domain name. Here are a few other domains I’ve observed in the wild recently.

A four-letter, three-hyphen domain name

I’ve never seen so many hyphens crammed into such a short domain name before. While it looks OK, imagine telling someone to email you at n dash o dash v dash a dot com.

.Church on a truck

Here’s a bumper sticker for a local church that uses Upwards.church for its domain name. .Church will never be a runaway moneymaker, but it’s a solid winner for Donuts. It has about 25,000 names in the zone.

A flyer with a .Church

Here’s yet another church using a .church domain name. I received this flyer in the mail.

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Lawsuit alleges 864.com domain name is stolen (again?)

Domain Name Wire - Wed, 03/13/2019 - 14:46

This might be the second time 864.com was stolen, and someone might have paid a lot of money for hot merchandise.

A lawsuit (pdf) alleges that the domain name 864.com, along with 00998.com, 00488.com, 0103.com, and 1148.com, are stolen domain names.

While researching the case, I found posts saying that 864.com was stolen previously but returned to its owner in 2017.

The lawsuit alleges it was stolen last year. So taken at face value, this means that this is the second time that 864.com has been stolen.

Here’s another wrinkle: 864.com sold for $147,000 on NameJet in November of last year, after the domain name was allegedly stolen again. The domain transferred to Enom shortly after the sale, a requirement for third-party sales on NameJet. I really hope the current owner didn’t buy a stolen domain.

I would personally be very careful about buying a short numeric or letter domain name that has bounced around between multiple registrars or owners. It’s frankly getting harder to track the “title” of a domain thanks to GDPR, but buyers need to do their due diligence. When in doubt, pass on any domain with a suspect ownership history.

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On Privacy and Information

Domain Name Wire - Tue, 03/12/2019 - 19:13

Rights, privacy, and public information as it relates to Whois.

As the internet community debates Whois and privacy this week in Kobe, Japan, I’d like to revisit my thoughts on the subject.

I am not in favor of default Whois privacy for domain names. Some of this is selfish; I often use Whois to track down who is buying and selling domain names, to figure out when a domain was stolen, to verify ownership, to check the veracity of legal claims, and to hunt down fraud. Not having public Whois makes this much harder for me.

But I also challenge the notion that people have a human right to privacy and I also believe that what is commonly called privacy is actually an issue of public information.

First, on human rights. Human rights are fictitious; they are things that we as humans have created, much like the notion of corporations. This can be a good thing, no doubt.

But the right to privacy is really only something that governments define and manage. And there’s a difference between privacy and information.

The governments that have authority over me enforce certain rights. You don’t have a right to enter my property to look in my bedroom.

If I want to do certain things, such as buy a house or car, I have to give some of my information to the public. Anyone can go to my county’s website and get the details of my house and property tax bill. If I want to set up a business I also have to give information.

If I don’t want this information to be public, I can take affirmative action. I can buy my house through a corporation, for example.

There are public benefits to open information, which is really what we’re talking about here. This isn’t about privacy–it’s about information.

One key benefit to open information is that it helps cut down on graft.

Where should domain names fall on this spectrum? Should my information be public if I register a domain name?

There are good arguments on both sides of this question. It’s fair to argue that public Whois information leads to spam and that is a reason to keep it private. That’s a reasonable argument and I respect it.

It’s also fair to argue that public Whois information helps security researchers, journalists and people transacting domain names.

What I don’t find a reasonable argument is that publishing Whois information violates someone’s right to privacy.

Much like other transactions we make that result in public data, there is both a public benefit to publishing such data and a way to prevent your personal information from becoming public when you register a domain name. Just add Whois privacy. Many registrars offer it for free.

 

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Tim Berners-Lee sighs every time you sell a domain name

Domain Name Wire - Tue, 03/12/2019 - 17:50

WWW inventor discusses the web 30 years later, including his decision to operate it on the DNS.

WWW inventor Time Berners-Lee. Photo from World Wide Web Foundation.

The inventor of the World Wide Web must sigh a lot.

Speaking to The Guardian on the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee said:

Every time I hear that somebody has managed to acquire the [domain] name of their new enterprise for $50,000 (£38,500) instead of $500, I sigh, and feel that money’s not going to a good cause.

Berners-Lee told the Guardian that it’s a minor regret that came from his decision to build on top of the domain name system.

He continued:

You wanted a name for your website, you’d go and ask [American computer scientist] Jon Postel, you know, back in the day, and he would give you a name….

…At the time that seemed like a good idea, but it relied on it being managed benevolently…There are plenty of domain names to go around, but the way people have invested, in buying up domains that they think entrepreneurs or organisations will use – even trying to build AI that would guess what names people will want for their organisations, grabbing the domain name and then selling it to them for a ridiculous amount of money – that’s a breakage.

I’m sure Berners-Lee didn’t foresee this, but I’m also curious how he would have done it differently if he could go back in time. It’s also worth noting that there are many available domain names available across over 1,000 top level domains, so there’s no real shortage of web addresses that are freely available to register.

Berners-Lee also laments the creation of walled gardens such as apps and Facebook. They use the web platform, but web addresses are the key:

“So there’s web technology inside, but what we’re saying is if, from the user’s point of view, there’s no URL, then we’ve lost.”

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Naming Tools with Anthony Shore – DNW Podcast #227

Domain Name Wire - Tue, 03/12/2019 - 15:30

Learn about great tools and processes to find names.

Want to seriously up your domain investing game? My guest this week has the tools to help you. Anthony Shore of Operative Words is a product and company namer. On today’s show, he explains the exact tools he uses to come up with great names. This can easily be applied to coming up with great domain names, too.

Also: Executive appointments, a Mormon church rebrand, expensive chocolate and more.

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Should GoDaddy allow investors to list domains in the expired auction stream?

Domain Name Wire - Mon, 03/11/2019 - 17:47

It would be great for domain sellers but has some downsides.

There was an interesting discussion on Twitter over the weekend about auctioning domain names on GoDaddy.

Hey – @godaddyauctions @jjstyler – I want to liquidate DomainDiscounts dot com.
Can you put it in an “expired auction” format for me so that we can both get top dollar? … Serious question.#Auctions #Domains

— Josh Reason

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