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Father Domainicus and the #WHOIS travesty at #GoDaddy

Greetings and salutations, my fellow brothers and sisters in domaining – this is Father Domainicus, tapping away on my laptop this chilly Florida evening. By “chilling” I refer to temperatures in the 50’s, which generate no snow flurries, but can cause plenty of shrinkage under the frock, when riding a bicycle outside. I was having […]

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Father Domainicus on Elon Musk and the X.com domain deal

My brothers and sisters in domaining, I salute you; this is Father Domainicus, on a rare sunny and dry afternoon here in Florida. I have been working diligently to preserve the faith to our Domain Lord, rest assured, hallowed be His name. Many a domain investor inquired during the past 24 hours, about Elon Musk’s […]

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Father Domainicus and the surge of premium domain names

Greetings and salutations, my domainer brothers and sisters – this is Father Domainicus, on a fine Sunday before Memorial Day. In recent months, I have been withdrawn to cater to matters of our Domain Church, but rest assured that I am diligently working behind the scenes for the benefit of our great domain investor community. […]

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Father Domainicus : Have you received the Evangelion about .Blog domains?

Greetings and salutations, my domain brothers and sisters – this is Father Domainicus on a chilly, nippy Sunday here in Florida. As it has been the custom for many years now, as a servant of the Domain Church I am often asked questions by domain investors. Regardless of whether these inquiries involve our domainer faith, […]

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Father Domainicus : Emoji domains are the source of all evil

Greetings and salutations, my domainer brothers and sisters; this is Father Domainicus on a fine, busy Monday. After Sunday’s fasting and prayers at our Domain Church, I was asked by several investors what I think of emoji domains. For those who are new to the world of smart phones and Internet laziness, emoji icons are […]

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Father Domainicus : The Evil Church of dot .Web

Greetings and salutations, my beloved brothers and sisters in domaining; this is Father Domainicus, on a rather hot and humid Sunday afternoon. Many a domain investor asked me recently, Father Domainicus, what is the future of the Domain Church? A rather profound question. At first, this appears to be a question of anxiety over the […]

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Father Domainicus : Hallowed be thy domain name

Dear brothers and sisters in Domaining, this is Father Domainicus, on a cozy yet warm Sunday evening. Happy Father’s day to everyone who’s a father, and to the sons and daughters of our Father, the Domain Lord. In recent days, many a domain investor emailed me about the uncouth act of Google to neglect Father’s […]

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Father Domainicus : The Domain Church’s quest for a Messiah

Greetings and salutations, my sisters and brothers in domaining; this is Father Domainicus on a splendiferous Sunday morning here in Central Florida. We’re going through the days of Passover, the holiest of days in the Hebrew faith, and also the members of the Greek Orthodox faith celebrate Palm Sunday today. Many a domain investor have […]

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Father Domainicus : Thou shalt let the Minds separate from the Machines!

Greetings and salutations, my brothers and sisters in domaining; this is Father Domainicus on this fine chilly morning in Florida. What a great day to be alive. As reported yesterday, the benevolent Minds+Machines split its operations and divided the assets among two key players, Uniregistrar and Nominet. Setting aside the initial phlegmatic response full of […]

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Father Domainicus : Social behavior during NamesCon

Greetings and salutations, my domain brothers and sisters; this is Father Domainicus on a breezy Sunday morning here in Florida. Many a domain investor have emailed me, inquiring about my recent pilgrimage to Las Vegas, where I attended NamesCon. In particular, the fine members of our congregation are interested to learn more about the social […]

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