Monthly Archives: August 2016

Ransom Paid for DavidAndGoliath.com

Usually a company wants to find it’s way to owning a short LL or LLL.com domain name. They have a long multi word name that many find arduous to constantly type out, especially on mobile. Well one El Segundo-based ad agency wanted the exact opposite. David & Goliath had to “settle” for DNG.com because they […]

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Ransom Paid for DavidAndGoliath.com

Usually a company wants to find it’s way to owning a short LL or LLL.com domain name. They have a long multi word name that many find arduous to constantly type out, especially on mobile. Well one El Segundo-based ad agency wanted the exact opposite. David & Goliath had to “settle” for DNG.com because they […]

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U.S.-ICANN Transition Threatened by Verisign Deals

The U.S. government plans within weeks to end much of its oversight of the California nonprofit that helps run the internet, a move with broad international support. But recent business deals by the nonprofit are threatening to roil those plans. Under the deals, the nonprofit Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, known as ICANN, is set to give significant new business to its largest contractor, Verisign Inc., under circumstances that some say show favoritism.

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U.S.-ICANN Transition Threatened by Verisign Deals

The U.S. government plans within weeks to end much of its oversight of the California nonprofit that helps run the internet, a move with broad international support. But recent business deals by the nonprofit are threatening to roil those plans. Under the deals, the nonprofit Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, known as ICANN, is set to give significant new business to its largest contractor, Verisign Inc., under circumstances that some say show favoritism.

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American Airlines’ new ad campaign tells fliers to make the best of it

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