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Code.Org – Help Spread The Word

Code.org is a not-for-profit foundation dedicated to spreading the word about the worldwide shortage of computer programmers and building an authoritative database of all institutions teaching programming – be they schools, camps or courses. The founders of Code.org are brothers …


Anyone Remember Alex Tew? He Now Runs Calm.com

If you did anything online in 2005, you more than likely know about the milliondollarhomepage.com and its founder Alex Tew. He was the kid who in a quest to pay for his university education came up with the concept of …


How To Keep Using The Buddybar In BuddyPress 1.6

If you run BuddyPress on one of your WordPress sites, you might have noticed a major change in the latest release (1.6) of BuddyPress: the BuddyPress BuddyBar has been replaced with the WordPress admin bar. When you upgrade to BP …

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DomainTools Expands BrandMonitor Reach

DomainTools is well know for providing what its name describes so well – domain name tools. We’ve written in the past about Screenshots.com and Domain Typo Finder just to name a few. Following on that well worn path, DomainTools.com today …


BarginRegister Loses ICANN Accreditation

Domain name registrar BarginRegister.com will lose its ICANN registration effective March 21, 2013 according to this (pdf) notice of “termination of registrar accreditation agreement” from ICANN. The termination was pursued, according to above notice document, as a result of BarginRegister …


DemandMedia To Split Into Two Companies

DemandMedia announced today it’s intent to explore splitting its operations into two independent entities. The reasoning behind this potential move is the company’s wish to clarify its operations to potential investors. If the move goes through, the company’s two key …


How Do You Manage Your Daily Tasks?

Most if not all successful domainers are self-employed. We answer to noone but ourselves. We don’t work in a cubicle and we set our own schedules. If we wanted to, we could take multiple holidays during the year and our …

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