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Morgan’s Flippa Five: Websites and Apps that caught my eye this week

Morgan Linton Morgan Linton: Hello, happy Thursday, and welcome to Morgan’s Flippa Five. This week I am highlighting five websites/apps on Flippa that caught my eye. I’m particularly excited about the first site on my list which is actually a SaaS software product that is built and already generating revenue. Enjoy my top five picks below and as always […]

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Good news: You can now add Prologue to an existing domain

Whats Your Name Whats Your Name: That’s right folks: It’s the update we’ve all been waiting for. We’ve recently updated Prologue one-page websites so that it can be purchased as a stand alone product. Why is this good news, you may ask? Well, it’s a great way for you to easily put a domain name that’s just sitting in your account to […]
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China Continues VPN Crackdown, Targets Alibaba and Other Ecommerce Sites

CircleID CircleID: In the latest series of measures taken by China to clamp down on use and distributions of VPNs, Chinese authorities have issued warning to the country's top ecommerce platforms, including Alibaba's Taobao.com, over the sale of illegal virtual private networks that allow users to skirt state censorship controls. Reuter reports: "Five websites have been asked to carry out immediate "self-examination and correction" to remove vendors that sell illegal virtual private networks (VPNs), according to a notice posted by the Zhejiang provincial branch of the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), China's top cyber regulator. Some of them were ordered to halt new user registrations, suspend services and punish accountable staff." Last month China also passed laws which will come into effect February 2018, requiring telecommunications providers to block people from using VPNs.
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Lunapads is a Social Mission and Feminist Business Success with a Growing Market

WebNamesCa WebNamesCa: Madeleine Shaw and Suzanne Siemens are the founders and innovators behind Lunapads, a social mission driven business based in our hometown of Vancouver. They have been making and refining their lines of menstrual products, Lunapads and LunaUndies, since their first prototypes in 1993, believing that using reusable menstrual products are an empowering way to honor and care for women’s bodies and the planet.
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Cloudflare Reverses Long-Held Policy to Remain Content-Neutral, Ends Service to the Daily Stormer

CircleID CircleID: Cloudflare on Wednesday reversed its long-held policy to remain content-neutral and terminated its service to neo-Nazi site, The Daily Stormer. Kate Conger reporting in Gizmodo writes: "Prince explained in an internal email to staffers that he doesn't think CEOs of internet companies should be in the position of policing content on their networks ... that's a job that should ultimately be left up to law enforcement if the content violates the law — but felt pushed to act because the operators of the Daily Stormer are "assholes." ... Prince wants to spark a conversation about how tech should respond to abhorrent content, and whether content should be policed by registrars, browsers, or social networks."
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AUCTION RECAP OF AUGUST 16, 2017

Domain Shane Domain Shane: A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on August 16, 2017. 
If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve.  I’m only showing where the price was when the auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.
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Sedo and DropCatch Names at Auction
888733.com   No bids on this one and no reserve.  My name. Time to release it to the wild.  I think 888 is a good pattern
At $38 with 5 days left
VRMX.com   Mexican Virtual Reality?
At 700 EUR with 2 hours left
ZSDS.com   Met reserve under $1000
At 700 EUR with 3 days left
Weed.cc   Also my name at no reserve.
At $820 with 6 days left
GolfCentral.com     Nice place to read a little PGA news or buy a driver with a head as big as a refrigerator
At $1,205 with 1 day left
PotWarehouse.com   It’s where I get all my weed…..I mean pottery.  Only 3 bids
At $69 with 2 hours left
CodeOn.com  Keep calm and code on
$2,600
Namejet

Top 10 Namejet sales for yesterday as listed on Namebio.
designsoftheyear.com $1,809
alteza.com $1,733
13786.com $1,610
myshowroom.com $1,519
cigaro.com $1,334
orlandocondo.com $1,105
bigyes.com $1,020
zpwx.com $890
mwff.com $870
tgck.com $861

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Interesting discussion on domain names

TheDomains TheDomains: It’s always interesting to me to see domain names get discussed by non domainers. Most of the times there is only 1 or 2 comments on a website outside the industry. There was an interesting Reddit thread that has quite a lively discussion. There were more pro domaining comments than I expected, vs the usual […]
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