Dock Name: Crowdsourced Domain Name Finder for Startup

More precisely, according to the website, “Dock Name is a crowdsourced service that helps startups find a domain name, by describing their business/product and get proposals from people that have suitable domains for their needs.” Dock Name allows people to promote their domain name requests, which is how the company makes money. via Dock Name: […]

At Art Basel, A Collector Just Bought This URL For $5,000 | Fast Company

But what Gorczynski’s camp sold isn’t a painting, or a sculpture, or even what one might consider a traditional installation. It is a digital piece of multimedia hosted on a URL, Its selling price, purportedly the first of its kind at a major international art festival, is $5,000. “After Dark,” pictured above on the […]

DNIB and Domain Name Industry Brief – Verisign

Domain Name Industry Brief The second quarter of 2014 closed with a base of 280 million domain name registrations across all top-level domains (TLDs), an increase of four million domain names, or 1.4 percent over the first quarter of 2014. Registrations have grown by 18.6 million, or 7.2 percent, year over year.1 via DNIB and […]

How to Snatch an Expiring Domain – Brad Frost | Andrew Allemann | Mike Davidson

Following a thread that starts here: Capture failed. “It couldn’t be!” I thought to myself, as I opened a new tab and visited My stomach sank as I saw a domain parking landing page stuffed with ads… That Andrew Allemann on picked up. How Most People See Domain Investors Revisited by Brad […]

Frank Schilling Wins UDRP On; Complainant Didn’t Like The 89K Price

Frank Schilling’s Name Administration won a UDRP on the domain name who was defended as usual by John Berryhill. The complaint was brought by Julie Wampler of Washington, D.C. back on September 15th who runs a blog at and got a trademark on the term TABLE FOR TWO on March 13, 2013. The […]