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Empty Whois a threat to the US elections?

Could a lack of Whois records thwart the fight against attempts to interfere in this year’s US elections? That’s the threat raised by DomainTools CEO Tim Chen in a blog post, and others, this week. Chen points to recent research by Facebook, based on an investigation by security company FireEye, that linked a large network […]

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How Warren Buffet Made $49 Billion On Apple In Just Months

Today: Google, Warren Buffett, Apple, Artificial Intelligence, Highest Paid YouTubers, Bay Area, I Hate My Job Google, You Auto-Complete Me At what point will Google’s predictive technology grow so powerful that we begin thinking of its personalized recommendations as our own? Berkshire Hathaway’s stake in Apple now worth almost $50 billion

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Guess How Much (little) A $245 Powerball Win Is After Taxes in New York City?

Today: Powerball, Elon Musk, Thank You, Gratitude, Oreos, Location data, Google, Tracking You, Avocado Toast That $245 million Powerball winner faces high taxes and little chance of remaining anonymous Elon Musk Isn’t All He’s Cracked Up to Be How to Give a Meaningful “Thank You” Why You Can Never Eat Just One Oreo The surprising

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High Times, Pot’s Most Established Brand, is Going Public

Today: Kimmie Ribble, High Times, Marijuana, Cannabis, Google, Facebook, Unproductive, Mondays, Lyft, Uber, The Waitress Humanizing Tech May Be the New Competitive Advantage The Waitress How Kimmie Ribble creates joy in the early sleepy hours of a Waffle House High Times, Pot’s Most Established Brand, is Going Public One of the oldest and biggest names in […]

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Is Coding Becoming Obsolete? and… You’re Not Meant to Do What You Love

Today: Coding, Doing what you love, Personal Brand, Google, VR, Continuing Education Is coding becoming obsolete? (Part I) You’re Not Meant to Do What You Love You’re meant to do what you’re good at 2 Years From Now, If You Don’t Have A Personal Brand, Nobody Is Going To Work With You How I got […]

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Groups tell U.S. Gov what its internet priorities should be

Companies weigh in on IANA transition, Whois access and more. Last month, the U.S. National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) asked stakeholders to comment on the government’s internet policy priorities for 2018 and beyond. The NTIA has now published the responses. 87 companies, organizations and individuals submitted responses. Most of the comments are not surprising. […]

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Duck Duck Go founder asks Google to sell them Duck.com

So there was an interesting article on CNET today about Duck.com. Google acquired the domain back in 2010 when they acquired ON2. But there is confusion, most people when they hear duck and search think of Duck Duck Go. When people typed in Duck.com they went to Google.com. Duck Duck Go did not like that. […]

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Swiss registry gets more traffic than Google, kinda

Switch, the Swiss ccTLD registry, has started publishing a monthly list of the .ch domains with the most DNS traffic, a list that Switch itself currently tops. The list ranks the top 1,000 .ch domains by the number of DNS resolvers that have queried them over the course of a calendar month. By that measure, […]

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Will You Make That Big, Brave Change?

Today’s Tips: Crisis Management, CEOs, Google, Sales, Life Changing Decision, Mobile App, Social Media Integration ] The Most Important Skill Nobody Taught You Our Need To Sell Is Irrelevant To The Customer  Our priorities are not our customers’ priorities—never forget Will you make that big, brave change? What is perhaps more useful is to consider

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Google sues more “Google Listings” telemarketers

Google files lawsuits against companies that it claims mislead businesses about their Google listings. If your phone number is associated with a business, there’s a great chance you’ve been on the receiving end of telemarketing calls or robocalls like this. The caller usually claims to be affiliated with Google or Google itself. Google has fought […]

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