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  1. A confusing logo led me to the wrong domain name. I was watching a Cardinals baseball game recently and saw an interesting advertisement behind home plate (see image above). What’s the domain name being promoted here? Having never heard of this company, I wondered if its domain name was Only.com. It seemed odd for a […]

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  2. GoDaddy takes on Cognate team. Cognate, a trademark-in-the-blockchain company, is joining GoDaddy. I interviewed Cognate founder Bennet Collen on the DNW Podcast last year and he explained how the company uses blockchain to record proof-of-use of trademarks. The startup announced the news on its blog today. The release makes it sound like more of a […]

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  3. Without artificial stimulation, a new TLD should grow slowly. On this week’s podcast I interviewed Jay Daley, the interim CEO of Public Interest Registry (.Org). We talked briefly about the organization’s foray into new top level domain names. Daley said: “We need to recognize that a new gTLD, when it is operated in a good […]

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