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November 18, 2018 16:06

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The $23K 1500 Sq Ft Silicon Valley House That Sold For $800,000 Over $1.6M Asking Price

Why Women Prefer Men With Beards; HaloTop Ice Cream and The Other 25 Best Inventions of 2017; There’s a Digital Media Crash. But No One Will Say It; The Age-Defying Secret to Long Life? It May Lurk in the DNA of the Oldest Among Us; The Pentagon Opened Up to Hackers—And Fixed Thousands of Bugs; […]

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New uses for domain names? Good luck with that.

It would be nice to find new uses for domain names, but there’s a reason nothing has come to fruition yet. .XYZ’s new promotion comparing numeric .xyz domain names to bitcoin is certainly bizarre. One of the pitches in Uniregistry’s promotional email yesterday was that cheap number .xyz domains could be used in ways domain […]

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America First but….Panera Bread Sells For $7.5 Billion To German’s Buying Up US Brands

Namescon? Benefits of Attending Business Marketing Event— Hey Execs! Your Sales Force is “Mad as Hell!”; Changes to H-1B visa policy could have a chilling effect on the tech industry; Wall Street’s Bet Against Empty Malls Is Getting Too Crowded, Citi Says; The Great Marketing Debate: Agency or Employee? Boeing Teams With JetBlue to Fund […]

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The Internet of Things – DNW Podcast #129

How will the Internet of Things impact domain names? This week I talk with my wife and Internet of Things expert Stacey Higginbotham about what the Internet of Things is and what it may mean for domain names. She also discusses her perspective on domain names as a technology journalist. Also: Tucows, people moves and […]

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Google and Facebook to take 71% of online ad revenue by 2020; Instagram surges past 600M users

How to Fix the Internet; Burger robots: Labor nod revives image but reality’s complex; Geo 101: Internet Of Things; Neustar (A Frager factor sponsor) to Be Taken Private by Golden Gate Capital; From Buyers to Sellers: Chasing TV’s Long Revenue Tail; Why B2C Brands need to be on LinkedIn! Amazon claims another victim: Cisco kills […]

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The Man Leading America’s Fight Against Russian Hackers Is Putin’s Worst Nightmare

How Content Drives Commerce; Cybersecurity in Today’s World: What CEOs Need to Know; IoT Device Maker Vows Product Recall, Legal Action Against Western Accuser; Cord-Cutting Hits the Enterprise as Employees Become Anywhere Workers; Political Advertising Could Be Poisoning Your Brand; Get ready for Snapchat to feel a lot more like TV; 5 Crucial Bedtime Rituals […]

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Internet of Things : Home appliances conspiring to take over your bank account

The Internet of Things (IoT) consists of billions of interconnected devices that we’re normally not accustomed to viewing them as networked. It’s the new, expanded reality that grants networking access to home appliances such as refrigerators, coffee machines, temperature monitors and many others. While all this seems to be a convenience that gives us the […]

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Charging Your Worth; MegaBots CEO Gui Cavalcanti, and a giant fighting robot, are coming to Disrupt SF

Tom Ford’s $75 Million Ranch Is Exactly as Bonkers as You Think It Is; The IoT threat to privacy; What Happens When Your Company Turns Off Email; Gartner: Most of the companies similar to Box and Dropbox will be gone in 2 years; Your Outbound Campaigns Are Broken; 9 Reasons To Love LinkedIn; Minimize Design […]

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Verisign files patent apps for using DNS for Internet of Things (IoT) devices

Verisign wants to patent a couple ways to use the DNS for the internet of things. Verisign, the domain name registry that operates the .com top level domain name, has filed two patent applications for applying DNS to internet-connected devices, i.e. internet of things (IoT). The two applications were filed in January 2015 and published […]

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How ‘Deleted’ Yahoo Emails Led to a 20-Year Drug Trafficking Conviction

Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person; Investor Tim Draper is Still Buying Bitcoin and Now Owns Ether; tock market upbeat on NeuStar Inc.’s split into two separate companies -; Beating a dead horse: The right and wrong ways to use buzzwords, jargon and clichés; How To Build A Startup: One Board At A Time, […]

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