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Proprietary Top Level Domains: Domain Names For Sale By Owner

Starting this year, ICANN will be rolling out many new top-level domains, and I have a gut-feeling that it will make sense to differentiate between these new top-level domains and the older “generic” top-level domains (which have traditionally been referred … Continue reading
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Report about LinkedIn Reverse Domain Name Hijacking Case on “For Immediate Release” Podcast

The reverse domain name hijacking case involving LinkedIn, Inc.’s attempt to take over control of the Indian domain name linked.in has been reported on several blogs and other news websites (see, e.g., “Does LinkedIn Want to Occupy Your Website?“). Now … Continue reading
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Judeo Christian Church

A friend of mine considers himself to be a conservative Christian. I have a high regard for his insights into information online, and he has just launched this new website: JudeoChristianChurch.com. He just launched the site, and I think he … Continue reading
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EstherPerel: Esther Perel is Therapist, Author, Speaker, and is recognized as one of the world’s most respected voices on couples and sexuality

I recently watched a video of a presentation Esther Perel gave in New York City. Esther wrote about it herself in her own blog post: “Did you watch it? TED featured me in a special series of talks for Valentine’s … Continue reading
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Information is welcome, advertising is offensive

Dave Winer, on the concept of simple, direct, quick and easy solutions.
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Wrong means someone has made a mistake that they can learn from, never learning from a mistake because you never see a wrong is something people can walk away from

That’s a quote from my very good friend Emily — who I miss more than I can tell (even though I have never met her “in real life”). I’m happy we were able to connect again today, and I also … Continue reading
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Social Problems

If you think fraud and corruption are limited to the financial industry, then wait for it… — what? This. Continue reading

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Do You Need the World or Does the World Need You?

This is apparently an “existential” question. The main difference is this: If you need the world, then you derive meaning by experiencing life. If the world needs you, then your activity and ideas have an impact on the world. Essentially, … Continue reading
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If holding a grudge is like letting someone live rent-free in your head, then what is the opposite of a grudge?

There are in fact many opposites — but what are the names of each one? Continue reading

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Does Every Country Have its own School Ratings System / Authority, or are some schools rated by several authorities from different countries?

I would actually expect the latter case — but perhaps the number of internationally renowned schools is so small that there is still no basis for comparing ratings systems across countries. Continue reading

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