Monthly Archives: April 2016

Where will the bidding close for 27.com ?

In one week one of the best names we have seen at auction this year will close at  NameJet. 27.com, which surpisingly was registered rather late, 1998 according to Domain Tools. 37.com sold for $2.1 million, the buyer was 37Games out of China. You can read the interview James Iles from Namepros did with the […]

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Finland is saving their postal service, one lawn at a time

The country is cutting lawns to cut costs. Continue reading

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Weekly Wrap: Why the Fed hasn’t raised interest rates again

Catherine Rampell and John Carney join Kai to recap the week that was. Continue reading

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Chinese investors account for more than half of the ownership of all registered new gTLDs (54%).

In their latest newsletter, Sedo gave some insight into why the Chinese are hoarding domain names. Chinese Investors are Hoarding Web Addresses Currently Chinese investors account for more than half of the ownership of all registered new gTLDs (54%). This growing trend greatly effects global trade, says Matthias Meyer-Schönherr, Vice President Business Development of Sedo.com, […]

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Reflections on From Clay to the Cloud: The Internet Archive and Our Digital Legacy, a.k.a. The Internet Archive – The Exhibition!

Photograph by Jason Scott It started with a visit to Nuala Creed’s ceramics studio in Petaluma in the spring of 2014. My interest was piqued as she described “a commission of sculptures for the Internet Archive” that was ever-growing. She … Continue reading Continue reading

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