Sunday, October 30, 2011

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Monday, October 17, 2011

GoDaddy indycar challenge ends in tragedy.

Dan Wheldon dies in Las Vegas Indy car challenge.


Go Daddy statement on Dan Wheldon's Passing;

"Our thoughts and prayers go out to Dan Wheldon's family and friends on this sad, sad day. All of us in the IndyCar family feel an unexplainable sense of loss. Not just for the sport, but for all who knew Dan Wheldon. Dan was a family man, a father, a husband, a son and a brother. The two-time Indianapolis 500 winner was also a competitor and a colleague ... our deepest condolences go out to all who knew Dan."


- Bob Parsons Go Daddy CEO & Founder

See godaddy.com.

My thoughts:

I'm a big lover of motor sports and these accident news are most unwanted. Let Dan Wheldon rest in peace.

What really makes me sick is that ABC shows these high tech low motion clips about this accident, LIVE!?.
There used to be these fatal accident sites in internet if you liked to see someone to die in car racing. Now they make it in live tv and chew it all over again like some juicy news clip. Shame on you ABC!!! Shame on you! Is this the direction we are heading? Dont say that spectators wanted it!

-Mike Domainaddress.info






Sunday, October 16, 2011

Teaparty.com for sale at Sedo

Teaparty.com is for sale at sedo.


Boston-based Sedo Exclusively Brokers Sale of TeaParty.com


CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sedo, the leading online domain marketplace and monetization provider, today announced thatTeaParty.com will be listed exclusively for sale at Sedo. Highly relevant, timely and easy to remember, this exclusive domain name offers an unprecedented branding and investment opportunity to capitalize on the approaching election season.


Currently owned by Canadian rock band The Tea Party, the site was developed in the ‘90s to educate fans about upcoming tour dates and other details for fans about the band. Over two decades years later, as the United States heads into the 2012 elections, the domain has gained significant relevance, and has already generated substantial interest from a wide range of political groups. The band has also received considerable international interest and garnered press coverage from the likes of Businessweek, Time and The Guardian on pure speculation that they were thinking of entertaining offers for the domain name



"We were floored by the worldwide press and interest in our domain name teaparty.com that soon followed the initial story in Businessweek. After being overwhelmed by the multiple offers that were arriving daily, we thought it was prudent to seek out the best brokerage to help represent the band, and Sedo was the clear choice," said Stuart Chatwood, bass player of The Tea Party.
“It’s very rare when a domain name of this value and significance becomes available – especially one that is so timely and relevant,” said Kathy Nielsen, director of sales at Sedo. “With the election season right around the corner, TeaParty.com provides the right investor with very significant marketing and revenue opportunities very few domain names can offer today. We are very pleased to be chosen as the exclusive brokerage firm to represent this domain sale.”
Parties interested in buying TeaParty.com domain should contact Sedo at consult@sedo.com.
About Sedo
Sedo, an acronym for “Search Engine for Domain Offers,” is the leading domain marketplace and monetization provider. Headquartered in Cologne, Germany and with offices in London, England and Cambridge, Mass., Sedo has assembled the world's largest database of domain names for sale, with more than 18 million listings. The success of Sedo's model has attracted a global membership base of more than 1 million domain professionals and end-users. For more information, visit www.Sedo.com.



Saturday, October 15, 2011

Domain that just slipped thru my fingers.

I was very eager to get this name: WireBulletin.com. It was about to expire in 10-3-2011. I did the research that there was already a wirebulletin.net, a cable industry news bulletin site (india). Maybe they would be inhtrested? Great name for any kind of news site. It did not go on snapnames, but heck yeah somebody did  really back ordered it. Would have been nice name...Lesson learned! Back order! Now its for sale $1,2K.


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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

A Grand Deal Made in Grand Cayman, Morgan Linton and iGoldRush partnership announcement


Two popular names of domain industry gets together, Morgan Linton and Paul Goldstone.

Paul Goldstone's  iGoldRush.com and Morgan Linton's MorganLinton.com announces partnership
with domain development education. The plan is:

1st Min-isite, 2nd full-scale Information site and 3rd full-scale online brand.
Aim is to beat those parking sites and really get some barnd around your domain/domains.


Read the orginal article: MorganLinton.com
See the announcement video and episode #1: iGoldRush.com


Saturday, October 8, 2011

F-Secure, thanks and criticizes Google





Steve Jobs' link in Google search engine was a smart move. Spam filtering is however a still big job to do F- Secure said.


Googles search engine front page linked directly to Apple's website and Steve Jobs obituaryIt was not only respectful, but also did make sense,  F-Secure thanks.

Network criminals do not leave untouched  Apple's lead character's death in their moves. Direct link to the official data will certainly prevented many searches, which could have lead to fraudulent websites.

At the same time, the F-Secure criticizes Google. It is good to eliminate the dangerous search result web pages, but has recently been in trouble with spam sites and advertising-related scam pages.

One such scammer page was Stevejobsfuneral.comIt appeared in the first results page, when people wrote, "Steve Jobs funeral" to search engine.

This page, 
collected e-mail addresses from visitors to supposedly draw to win a MacBookPage also linked to the online store, where Apple products were advertised for people who want to keep in mind besides Jobs.

Now, a scam page is no longer found in Google's search resultsIt does not seem to be the actual  adverse site as the security company 
Norton gives the Stevejobsfuneral.com completely clean bill of healthAccording to Norton's, the site is located in Malaysia.


Thursday, October 6, 2011

Steve Jobs 1955 - 2011 Visionary

Apple's chairman and former CEO Steve Jobs, died today 10.5.2011


Apple announced death of Steve Jobs.

The computer industry star Jobs suffered from cancer of the pancreas and was cut in 2004The last few years he had to be on sick leave from time to time, and last august Jobs left Apple's chief executive officer.

Apple's shares closed trading before news of his death was announced.

Born in 1955, Steven "Steve" Paul Jobs was one of the founders of AppleHe was smoked out of the company in the early years, but he returned to the company's management, after an extensive career in information technology, among other things the animation studio Pixar's leadership.

Under his visionary leading Jobs grew Apple into one of the world's most powerful technology companies. In his time, Apple launched its revolutionary easy-to-use mobile devices such as iPod playersiPhone smart phones and  iPad.

Jobs family called that people to respect the privacy of the familyApple promised to open web site for people who want to remember Jobs.


Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Fair Warning Inc Makes Van Halen Fan A Much Wealthier Man

DomainShane.com: Brett Norton evidently loves Van Halen.  So much that he runs a forum called VHLinks.com centered around the band and its fans.  He also purchased FairWarning.com, the name of Van Halen’s 4th studio album originally release in 1981 as a testament to his fandom. Brett was nice enough to let some board members use the domain as an email address but on August 21st he made this announcement on his forum:


Well I got a crazy offer to buy the domain name the other day, and I sold it. I actually think I could have gotten more in hindsight, but was so shocked by the offer to begin with, I took it. So I have to transfer over the account to Network Solutions within the next week or so.
Obviously that means that if you have use that as your main email address, you need to transfer over to something else and soon, because I don’t know how quick they’ll change it, it’s out of my hands at that point.

I will post when I have approved the transfer, so at least you’ll have a little time, but my thinking is it could be early this week. So please make plans to do that.
Any questions let me know. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Read the full article: DomainShane.com



So frustrating....Domain transfers jammed!

Hi,

Since last june 2011 i have been trying to transfer 3 of my active domains to my goDaddy account.
I purchased these domains in early 2011 from one of those enom.com resellers. This reseller refuses to
give any support when it gomes to get a hold of your domain that you actually own! Yesterday i was very
suprised when i saw one of these domain listed in goDaddy auctions :/ !! I have made a ticket goDaddy about this listing. I  am eager to get the respond from godaddy auctions. Enom is very helpful in this matter, it is still very slow and frustrating process. Time will tell what happens....

-Mike

Monday, October 3, 2011

Email Marketing Company Emma Sues Microstrategy, Owner of Emma.com


A heavyweight battle is about to ensue over the name “Emma”, told Domainnamewire.com.
Email marketing company Emma, Inc., which operates its main web site at MyEmma.com, has sued publicly traded MicroStrategy for trademark infringement (pdf).
MicroStrategy has owned the domain name Emma.com since the 1990s but didn’t use it until recently. The company is no small fish; it has a market cap of $1.22 billion.
At issue is MicroStrategy’s recent launch of an app called “Emma” and Emma.com. Emma, Inc. claims that MicroStrategy is infringing its trademark and that its logos look similar.
Read the full article: domainnamewire.com



TeaParty.com......The Single Most Valuable Domain in the World Today!

Sarah Palin

The Domain King - Rick Scwartz toughts what would be the most valuable domain available in the world today! Read the full article: RicksBlog.com

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Sunday, October 2, 2011

Microsoft kills Google Chrome with bad malware signature





By Computerworld - Microsoft scrambled earlier today to revise an antivirus definition file that deleted Google's Chrome browser from users' PCs.
"Wow, that's certainly one way to win the browser war," said Andrew Storms, director of security operations at nCircle Security.

Storms was referring to the battle between Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) and rivals, including Chrome, for usage share. According to data from one Web metrics firm, Chrome will pass Mozilla's Firefox as the second-most-popular browser by the end of this year, pitting Google and Microsoft for the top spot.
Chrome users began reporting the specious detection of the browser early Friday in a quickly-growing thread on a Google support forum.
"This morning, after I started up the PC, a Windows Security box popped up and said I had a Security Problem that needed to be removed," said someone identified as "chasd harris" in the first message of the thread. "I clicked the Details button and saw that it was 'PWS:Win32/Zbot.' I clicked the Remove button and restarted my PC. Now I do not have Chrome. It has been removed or uninstalled."
Scores of others reported the same behavior on their Windows PCs running Microsoft's Security Essentials -- its free, consumer-grade antivirus software -- as well as Forefront, the antivirus product designed for enterprises.
Microsoft issued a corrected definition file around 10 a.m. PT Friday, about three hours after users began reporting the false positive on Google's support forum.
Several bloggers, including ZDNet's Ryan Naraine and Ed Bott, reported the problem earlier today.
Microsoft has acknowledged the gaffe, and said approximately 3,000 users were affected.
"An incorrect detection for PWS:Win32/Zbot was identified and as a result, Google Chrome was inadvertently blocked and in some cases removed from customers PCs," Microsoft said in a statement posted to the Facebook pageof its malware research center. "We have already fixed the issue..., but approximately 3,000 customers were impacted."
Microsoft told users to update Security Essentials with the new definition file, then reinstall Chrome.
For its part, Google slapped a red warning banner at the top of its Google support pages that read, "Alert: Google Chrome has been incorrectly marked as malware by Microsoft security software."
Chrome was fingered as Zbot, better known as Zeus, a widespread botnet Trojan that focuses on stealing online banking credentials, which criminals then use to vacuum money from accounts.
Microsoft isn't the only security software maker to have screwed up in this way: All three of the world's largest antivirus companies -- Symantec, McAfee and Trend Micro -- have issued defective definitions in the past. In some cases, those mistakes have wreaked much more havoc.
In April 2010, for example, a McAfee antivirus update crippled an unknown number of corporate PCs worldwide when it quarantined a crucial Windows XP system file.
Some users who had seen Chrome vanish when they accepted Security Essentials' advice and let the software delete "chrome.exe," said that their bookmarks had also been eliminated, and that they were not restored after reinstalling Chrome.
Others, however, said that their bookmarks had not been affected.
Computerworld replicated Security Essentials' error by manually deleting chrome.exe, but had trouble reinstalling Chrome in Windows 7 using IE to download Google's browser. Only after uninstalling the remainder of Chrome, then using Firefox to download and save the Chrome setup file wasComputerworld able to restore Google's browser.
In that test, Chrome's bookmarks were reinstated.
Microsoft did not immediately reply to questions about whether the Security Essentials' snafu permanently eradicated Chrome bookmarks, as some users attested.

Motorola gets MotorolaRAZR.com 7 years after launch, in time for Droid RAZR



Seven years after Motorola launched the Motorola RAZR, called by some the ”iPod of Mobile Phones”, it has secured the rights to the domain name MotorolaRAZR.com, through Corporation Service Company (CSC), a company that specializes in corporate identity protection, says Fusible.com.
While the RAZR is one of Motorola’s brands, the timing of the acquisition could continue to strengthen rumors that Motorola is planning to combine two of its most recognizable brands into a new device called the “Droid RAZR“.
It doesn’t appear Motorola used legal means to acquire the domain, as no cases are found in the online databases of the National Arbitration Forum or WIPO.  However, it’s possible lawyers for Motorola sent the owner a cease-and-desist letter.
It’s also very possible that Motorola opened up its wallet and paid the previous owner a large sum of money to get the name quickly.  I’ve reached out to the previous owner of MotorolaRAZR.com for more details, and will update this post if I hear back.
DroidRAZR.com was only recently registered in mid September, the same day rumors began to surface of a “Droid RAZR” smartphone.  However, Motorola doesn’t appear to be the owner.

Read the full story: Fusible.com

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Sedo.com Loses Another Top Broker As Frank Aiello Quits


Sedo.com has lost another top broker out of its Boston Office, says thedomains.com.
Frank Aiello announced on this Facebook page that has left his job at Sedo.comFrank like Jeff Gabriel before him was my broker at Sedo.com and will be missed. In July another top broker, Ryan Colby announced he left SedoJeff Gabriel left Sedo in JanauaryTessa Holcomb who was Sedo’s top broker at the time left in 2010 and joined PPX International as did Mr. Gabriel.

Texas Department of Transportation wins domain name dispute over DontMessWithTexas.com

According to DomainNameWire.com: “The Texas Department of Transportation has a message for domain name owners: Don’t Mess with Texas.

The organization just won a National Arbitration Forum case over the domain name DontMessWithTexas.com. The owner of the domain name didn’t respond to the dispute. Barring any late legal action by the owner, the domain will be transferred to the state within 10 days.”

Click HERE to read more.

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