Bringing The Internet Offline: Kai Brach from Offscreen

Posted on July 29, 2015 by

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With over ten years of experience as a web designer, Kai Brach built his professional career with technology and the Internet. This is a similar story not just for other web designers but pretty much everyone else, as we spend more and more time looking at digital screens in both our professional and personal lives….

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Should You Register Every Variation Of Your Domain Name?

Posted on July 28, 2015 by

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There’s a reason why we invented spell check, auto correct and voice dictation: most of us are bad spellers. This is a big problem for those of us with websites because one wrong letter in a domain name can be the difference between someone learning more about you vs. a Styx tribute band. To compensate for…

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10 Startups That Launched With .CO Domain Names

Posted on July 27, 2015 by

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.CO turned five years old this month and we’re celebrating its birthday with a special sale. Until July 31, you can get a new .CO domain name for just $12.99 (regular $24.60). Five years ago, .CO was the country code top-level domain of Colombia and you had to be a resident in order to get…

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10 Signs You Own Way Too Many Domain Names

Posted on July 21, 2015 by

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Buying a domain name is one of the most exciting things to do for those of us who create things online. For some of us, though, it’s perhaps a little too exciting. We know the feeling: you find an unbelievable domain name that was miraculously still available, then tell someone about it and they give you a…

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Can I Register A Trademarked Domain Name?

Posted on July 17, 2015 by

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*NOTE: The following is for informational purposes only. Always consult with a legal professional before taking actions that can have legal ramifications. Buying a domain name can be accompanied by a wide range of feelings like excitement, anticipation and accomplishment. Fear of being sued for $100,000 because you’ve infringed on someone’s trademark is typically not…

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