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Facebook Faulted for Saying It Reaches Those Who Don’t Exist; Build For The Few And Not The Many

The Frager Factor The Frager Factor: 9 tips on how to choose the best domain name for a blog or website; ‘Killer Robots’ Can Make War Less Awful; New AI can guess whether you're gay or straight from a photograph; We all are Falling in this Trap of “Seeking Happiness; New device can spot fake luxury goods; Cloudera acquires AI research firm Fast Forward Labs; Forty-seven percent of all of U.S. jobs could be eliminated.- automation

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IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, September 23rd

Domain Shane Domain Shane:
Apparently the world will end today, I’m not sure what time, hopefully it’s after the auctions end and the commission is recorded. I’m not sure why stories like this even get published. A couple of random ass dudes that will have no credibility on Sunday get the media to write stories en mass about the world ending and even if they’re right no one will no be around to talk about it.  I guess it is fun to talk about since I decided to mention it.
If someone really does know the date of the end of the world, don’t even mention it unless it’s years away. It makes me think of the nuclear missle sirens in Japan and Guam. The siren goes off and you realize you have 45 seconds to live, how about just letting me watch the pretty glow before the end instead of the 45 seconds of shear terror.  I mean where are you gonna hide on an island that’s about to be hit but a nuclear bomb? Give me at least an hour and I can work with that, bury myself in the sand or something, but those missles fly too fast.
Main List       NameJet          Flippa/Sedo   
LLLL.com’s       LLL, CCC, 5L       Other LLLL’s
Short Brandables         Numbers       One Worders    Vape, Vegan, VR
Snap Names/Dropcatch         NamePros        Godaddy Value BIN
Available For Reg Fee
Main List
The No Bid List
AllShift.com  Change everything to a different direction, or maybe something to do with shift work
BeyondTourism.com  Ghost tours, maybe space
BitLegacy.com
BlindAccess.com  A company that specializes in retrofitting buildings for blind people
CompareLow.com  Find the lowest prices
CreditInvoice.com  An app for tracking credit invoices
EarnSleeping.com  Passive income type income sources, make money while you sleep. Could be online, or maybe vending
EarthFeed.com  Food for the world, or a media feed from anywhere on earth
EliteSwipe.com
FireZoom.com  a brand for something
FundABuild.com  construction loans
GhostChain.com  Throw any word in front of chain
GridFold.com
HikeWorkout.com  I’ve sold several hiking type names, never looked to see if they’ve been built into anything
IncomeStyle.com
JrPod.com  A pod for kids
LeapLend.com  Loan out  frogs and kangaroos
LogicWallet.com  Like it as a crypto  storage name
LondonVc.com  Venture Capital
ManageIntegrity.com  Like reputation repair,  but this a company  proactively  takes action or secure your companies trust and reputation
MortgageFresh.com
PerfectBum.com A workout machine for your bum
ProtectStrong.com
PuppyShit.com  Makes a funny email or brand
SavageBlood.com  Book, movie, video game?
SemBuild.com  A pair of search engine marketing names
SemFit.com
SilverCrafters.com  Makes personalized gifts and jewelry out of silver
SirOrange.com  An orange what has been knighted
SkillForever.com  Skills that you never lose
TransitWallet.com  Safely move your crypto from one wallet to another
UnlockingPro.com a locksmith name
ViewMoon.com
WalletFriend.com  another wallet name
YesSleep.com
More Names With No Bids
Names With Bids
FrontiersConference.orgSafeCalifornia.orgZanco.comstest.comZenLike.comxandroid.comTheGolfSpot.comurbanfx.comIncomeRiders.comScottsdaleResort.comHappyDish.comCryptoSpaces.comCityPerks.comMineVolt.comDogPeople.orgHadBetter.comSoMuchWater.comlikelow.comSharpJobs.comitsmydiary.com
More Names With No Bids
Namejet
LlcTaxes.com
LuxuryCarGuide.com
OutletExpert.com
DwarfMondoGrass.com
ShortTermPersonalLoan.com
TechConfusion.com
TurnWorld.com
BlueDiva.com
WisdomInstitute.com
holygod.com
peabo.com
LovingMan.com
JoyFlow.com
NetStrategist.com
Flippa/SEDO
Portfolio of 30 .com Domains 
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Your LLLL.coms of The Day
kjts.comemtp.comgomq.comzfeo.comqfeo.com
LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday
fsbf.netdfwd.netwuco.netPist.us
LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s
gphsw.comdfflw.comshfrh.com
Brandables
Alidda.comCaltic.comCamzor.comDipky.comFlyies.comGirov.comHettra.comHystorica.comIstoro.comJobaholics.comLapatta.comLasinda.comLazaru.comLedgerific.comOnulu.comOveth.comPawnage.comPokage.comRanceo.comRayain.comReachd.comRevoution.comShadyz.comVeryly.com
MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE
Some Numbers
428855.com418855.com438855.com429955.com349955.com149955.com148855.com409955.com049955.com050710.com260885.com048855.com7171345.com
One Worders and Other TLD’s
BioProtein.netBirdlover.netCorkboard.infoCryptoLoan.meCryptoWallet.bizDifferent.usFallback.ccFlobby.orgGangsters.usImmune.usMoneyTutor.orgPatchy.usPorks.netSimplyLife.tvTactical.ccTechLearn.netToby.usTransnational.cc
Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR
Snap Names/DropCatch
MobileResearch.com
ClassicCafe.com
BigCrab.com
DrawBlood.com
NamePros
ColorReversal.comUSCandies.comLearningGerman.orgDroneAirbus.comFairbanksPlumber.com
AndroidSensor.com SportCarForSale.comAssuredTraffic.comKgye.comChowCart.com
TheQuartets.comCounterInsurgent.comZipcarInsurance.comBuffaloBakery.comAAFN.net
Godaddy Value BIN
Godaddy Value BIN
Available Names
Available for Reg Fee big list
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good
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I just discovered BrandAftermarket, a new place for startups to buy domains for under $500

Morgan Linton Morgan Linton: Brandable domain names have taken over as a very viably options for startups looking to built their brand online, but not looking to spend a fortune. For years BrandBucket.com has been a go-to resource for brandable domain names crossing the $1M profit mark in 2016. BrandBucket has a unique model, domain owners can list their […]

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A Big GREAT JOB!!!! to Mauli Fry of Escrow.com and Adam Ramsdell of Godaddy

Domain Shane Domain Shane: I want to personally thank two people for going above and beyond to help me complete a recent domain sale.  Mauli Fry and Adam Ramsdell
It’s people like Mauli Fry that make Escrow.com the one and only choice for my domain escrow transactions.  It’s always a bit more difficult dealing with a large corporation.  Add to that one that is in Denmark.  And add yet another that all new clients have to confirm their identity when dealing in Escrow.   That is generally a simple process for an individual but not a large corporate entity.  I emailed Mauli for help and she did exactly that.  I was a little hard on her because it was taking so long.  She politely explained the checks and balances that needed to happen and said she was moving as quickly as she could.  And she was.  I was just used to the quick personal sales and this one was more complex.  So thank you Mauli. Thank you for being professional with great communication.  Escrow.com is truly a better place when you are working there.
I would also like to give a big thank you to Adam Ramsdell of Godaddy.  Adam is probably the best customer service rep I’ve ever had.  He takes my calls and handles my issues from ANYWHERE.  Even when he’s not working and is at home.  That’s right, it’s not uncommon for him to wake up and take care of an issue for me.  Or at least let me know that he will as soon as he gets in.  Godaddy is in Arizona so when I email a 8 am it’s still 6 am there.  I had an issue from the transaction above where the contact info was messed up the email wouldn’t come through.  So I had to change the contact info.  Of course that makes it go into a 60 day lock.  That’s not going to work since I just sold the name.  He made sure the lock was reversed and let me move the name.   But that’s not where he shined.
To make sure it wouldn’t happen again, he ran a scan of all my domains and sent over a spreadsheet of all the names that didn’t have the normal contact info.   Something I can do in the Godaddy download section but he did it for me.   Adam does stuff like this all the time.  Between he and Aaron Johnson, there has never been a problem that hasn’t been addressed quickly.   It’s also the reason I have pretty much moved all my domains to Godaddy.
So thank you Mauli and Adam.  Thank you both for not only doing a good job but thank you for making my domain life easier and more profitable.
PS:  I am paying for a headline on Domaining.com, neither company of employment were involved in this article.  This about them, not their employers. Although they both deserve a raise :)
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What Does the Future Hold for the Internet?

CircleID CircleID: Explore the interactive 2017 Global Internet Report: Paths to Our Digital FutureThis is the fundamental question that the Internet Society is posing through the report just launched today, our 2017 Global Internet Report: Paths to Our Digital Future.

The report is a window into the diverse views and perspectives of a global community that cares deeply about how the Internet will evolve and impact humanity over the next 5-7 years. We couldn't know what we would find when we embarked on the journey to map what stakeholders believe could shape the future of the Internet, nor can we truly know what will happen to the Internet, but we do now have a sense of what we need to think about today to help shape the Internet of tomorrow. The report reflects the views and aspirations of our community as well as some of the most pressing challenges facing the future of this great innovation.

What have we learned? We've learned that our community remains confident that the core Internet values that gave rise to the Internet remain valid. We also heard very strong worries that the user-centric model of the Internet is under extraordinary pressure from governments, from technology giants, and even from the technology itself. There is a sense that there are forces beyond the users' control that may define the Internet's future. That the user may no longer be at the center of the Internet's path.

It is, perhaps, trite to say that the world is more connected today than ever before. Indeed, we are only beginning to understand the implications of a hyperconnected society that is dependent on the generation, collection and movement of data in ways that many do not fully understand. The Internet of the future will most certainly enable a host of products and services that could revolutionize our daily lives. At the same time, our dependence on the technology raises a myriad of challenges that society may be ill-equipped to address.

Clearly, the Internet is increasingly intertwined with a geopolitical environment that feels uncertain and even precarious. The Internet provides governments with both opportunities to better the lives of their people but also tools for surveillance and even control. This report highlights the serious choices we all must make about how to ensure that rights and freedoms prevail in the Internet of the future. The decisions we make will determine whether humanity remains in the drivers' seat of technology or not.

In short, the decisions we make about the Internet can no longer be seen as "separate", as "over there" — the implications of a globally interconnected world will be felt by all of us. And the decisions we make about the Internet will be felt far and wide. We are still just beginning to understand the implications of a globally connected society and what it will mean for individuals, business, government and society at large.

How we address the opportunities and challenges that today's forces of change are creating for the future is paramount, but one thing above all others is certain — the choices are ours alone to make, and the future we want is up to us to shape.

Explore the interactive 2017 Global Internet Report: Paths to Our Digital Future
Written by Sally Shipman Wentworth, VP of Global Policy Development, Internet SocietyFollow CircleID on TwitterMore under: Broadband, Censorship, Cybersecurity, Internet Governance, Internet Protocol, Mobile Internet, Networks, Policy & Regulation, Privacy, Web

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GoDaddy Auctions is removing some domains listed for sale in your account

TheDomains TheDomains: A reader sent in the following email they received from GoDaddy. Apparently certain new gtld extensions cannot be made for sale on the auction platform at GoDaddy. All the strings removed belong to Uniregistry. Dear Sir or Madam: Due to a backend change on our end, your domain listings for any domain ending in the […]
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Top Topics: The Best Landing Page Example; Is It Time to Sell Four-Letter .COM’s?…

NamePros NamePros: In this week's edition of Top Topics, we take a look at one investor's ten most recent domain sales and we ask is it now time to sell your four-letter .COM's? Elsewhere, a domainer is looking for examples of excellent landing pages and we feature an interesting poll asking you to reveal your own annual budget for buying domain names.

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Google Global Cache Servers Go Online in Cuba, But App Engine Blocked

CircleID CircleID: I had hoped to get more information before publishing this post, but difficult Internet access in Cuba and now the hurricane got in the way — better late than never.

Cuban requests for Google services are being routed to GCC servers in Cuba, and all Google services that are available in Cuba are being cached — not just YouTube. That will cut latency significantly, but Cuban data rates remain painfully slow. My guess is that Cubans will notice the improved performance in interactive applications, but maybe not perceive much of a change when watching a streaming video.

Note the italics in the above paragraph — evidently, Google blocks access to their App Engine hosting and application development platform. Cuban developers cannot build App Engine applications, and Cubans cannot access applications like the Khan Academy or Google's G-Suite.

The last time I checked, Rackspace and Amazon allow access to their hosting platforms from Cuba, but IBM Softlayer and Google did not. President Obama clearly favored improved telecommunication for Cuba, in his Cuba Policy Changes, stating:

"I've authorized increased telecommunications connections between the United States and Cuba. Businesses will be able to sell goods that enable Cubans to communicate with the United States and other countries."

While Trump claimed that he was "canceling the last administration's completely one-sided deal with Cuba," he made few changes and has said nothing about restrictions on access to Internet services by Cubans.

I wonder why IBM and Google do not follow the lead of Amazon and Rackspace.
Written by Larry Press, Professor of Information Systems at California State UniversityFollow CircleID on TwitterMore under: Access Providers, Broadband, Internet Governance, Policy & Regulation, Web

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NTI.com domain name saved in UDRP

Domain Name Wire Domain Name Wire: Company tried to upgrade from .dk to .com. Domain name attorney John Berryhill has successfully defended domain investor Sahar Sarid’s domain name NTI.com in a UDRP. The complaint was brought by NTI Cad Center A/S, which uses the Danish country code domain name NTI.dk. A three-member Czech Arbitration Court panel found that the complainant’s NTI […]
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