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Oh, Those Wild and Crazy New TLDs

CircleID CircleID: Among the many issues affecting ICANN's thousand new TLDs is collisions, that is, the same name already used elsewhere. The other uses are non-standard and unofficial, but some names turn out to have been used a lot. One approach to see how bad the collisions are is controlled interruption, in which the TLD publishes wildcard records with obvious impossible values, in the hope that systems that use colliding names see them and do something about it.

The process is pretty simple. For 90 days the domain publishes records like these currently in the new .hotels TLD:
hotels. 3600 in a 127.0.53.53

hotels. 3600 in mx 10 your-dns-needs-immediate-attention.hotels.

hotels. 3600 in txt "Your DNS configuration needs immediate attention see https://icann.org/namecollision"

hotels. 3600 in srv 10 10 0 your-dns-needs-immediate-attention.hotels.

*.hotels. 3600 in a 127.0.53.53

*.hotels. 3600 in mx 10 your-dns-needs-immediate-attention.hotels.

*.hotels. 3600 in txt "Your DNS configuration needs immediate attention see https://icann.org/namecollision"

*.hotels. 3600 in srv 10 10 0 your-dns-needs-immediate-attention.hotels.
When the 90 days are up, the domain takes out the interruption records, and starts putting in real ones. That's the theory, and what the ICANN registry agreements require. The practice turns out to be different.

A surprising number of domains just forgot to take out the interruption records, so the wildcards are there along with the real registered names. There are still wildcards in .STORE, .XN--P1ACF (.рус), .XN--HXT814E (.网店), .XN--3DS443G (.在线), .XN--FIQ228C5HS (.中文网), .XN--45Q11C (.八卦), .FUN, and .FIRMDALE, all along with delegated real domains.

For some reason, a few domains expanded the collision wildcards to large numbers of specific names. The .XN--55QX5D (.公司) zone has SRV, MX, and TXT records for about 14,000 plausible looking domain names, like 101trader.xn--55qx5d and alibaba.xn--55qx5d, along with the delegated names. Similarly the .XN--IO0A7I (.网络) zone has about 10,000 sets of SRV, MX, and TXT, again plausible looking names like poker.xn--io0a7i and memory.xn--io0a7i. I have no idea where the sets of names came from, or why someone would do that.

There are also many TLDs that have had wildcards for a lot longer than 90 days but don't have anything else. For example, .CREDITUNION was delegated in late 2015 but still has nothing but a few required records and the controlled interruption records.

While these wildcards and other extra SRV, TXT, and MX records in TLD zone files are largely harmless, it is rather odd that they've been there for a year or more and nobody noticed until now. It's not like they're hard to find — once I heard that one zone had them, it took under an hour to run a one line script over downloaded zone files and find the rest of them. Even though ICANN does a lot of automated scanning of gTLDs, it apparently didn't occur to them to look for forbidden records in the zone files. (In fairness, it didn't occur to me either.)

Running a registry is apparently harder than it looks, but fortunately, so few people care about new TLDs that mistakes don't matter.
Written by John Levine, Author, Consultant & SpeakerFollow CircleID on TwitterMore under: Registry Services, ICANN, Top-Level Domains

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Best Free Stuff

Domain Flipper: Have you wondered how many free things can get on the Internet? If you search a bit of information about the network, will be given account that can get thousands of free Internet stuff. These gifts can be things such as pens, scripts,...
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The Model

Domain Flipper Domain Flipper: If as a result of the interaction object receives and pays one and the same amount of energy after the interaction of its absolute velocity is greater than its velocity before the interaction. Then the system consisting of a large number of objects, the acceleration process should prevail over the processes of inhibition and the absolute value of the velocity of objects should increase. State of the system is irreversible in time. (Similarly see: Steve Wozniak). Own angular momentum of the object is equal to zero, so the object is a boson. Based on the model of the object, the model of the connection object with angular momentum, defined by the expression K l q (3 / 2) / k, (4) where l - the radius orbital motion of pairs of objects in the compound (hereinafter - the orbital radius), k - coefficient depending on the conditions of formation of the compound, k 1. Based on the model compound objects, with its identification with the nucleon, the known parameters nucleon (neutron) 1 back, considered as a "mechanical" momentum, rest mass, under the assumption that the rest mass of the nucleon its inertial and gravitational mass, and some constant defined: - options environment - the parameters of the object - the nucleon - the velocity of the object relative to the medium vo 1 10 8 m / s, the radius of the orbit - l 1...

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AUCTION RECAP OF APRIL 29, 2017

Domain Shane Domain Shane: A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on April 29, 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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Top 10 Namejet sales for yesterday as listed on Namebio.
ebatteries.com $3,128
huangtian.com $2,311
37819.com $1,600
61219.com $1,600
63756.com $1,600
collegenews.org $1,300
btwh.com $1,200
hrkk.com $1,200
ygks.com $1,200
equestrian.tv $1,110

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How to talk to strangers; When You Get Fired or Fail Big, This is How You Bounce Forward

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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday April 30th

Domain Shane Domain Shane: Quite a few one word dot biz up for auction at Godaddy today.  A few nice ones, a few that are a maybe, and most just don’t work.  I’ve always felt that dot biz worked for a local business.   I think its memorable and cost effective for a small company.  A small business can’t afford and will never get Johnson.com but they may be able to get Johnson.biz and people will still remember it.    On another note, the thing I like about DNAcademy the most is how much time it saves me in conversation.  A few times a week I get someone telling me they would like to learn more about how to make money in domains.  And every time I pawn them off to DNAcademy.  I simply say, “go to DnAcademy and read more about it there, it explains it much better than I can”  It saves me hours of answers that only lead to more questions. Mike gets on me about not reading through it but its still one of the most valuable sites when it comes to time saving. Here are today’s names.    Click for Current Price
 
Quote Of The Day  “Everyone wants to be successful until they see what it takes” 
Domain Of The Day:  HempWater.com   There are a lot of people that sell hemp water but only one person can own the domain name
Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids
Awabi.com   A nice 5L brand but also Japanese for the edible snail Abalone
SiliconPrairie.com  SiliconPrairie.net      It refers to other areas but often refers to my home town Champaign Urbana
Sital.com   Indian name and an upgrade name for several entities that share the name
TheInsurance.com   One of the better “The” name in a while.  Under $2K at press time
DDS.biz  A dentists name all the way
3377.net    Price is crazy.  Shows how valuable great patterns are
DVOT.com   Department Something of Something
NubyOnRails.com    16,500 backlinks.  Play on Ruby on Rails
RR.biz The best of the biz list
WHPW.com A private offering but hasn’t quite met reserve
Domains That I Like With One or No Bids
FightingChicken.com If you like Ricky Bobby you have to love this one
EliteGenetics.com Genetic testing and manipulation is going to be a normal part of medicine in the future. $12
OnlineHerbs.com Could be cilantro, could be marijuana. No bids
TheOriface.com I used to work at a place where they guy would always say “Step into my Orafice please” Not sure if it has any value but memorable. Originally registered 18 years ago
UrineClear.com “Beat your tests with Urine Clear”
SleepingChannel.com They just play golf on the channel all day
ZeroChemicals.com Upgrade name for a few companies. Organic name
LoudPocket.com Sounds like a startup name.
RunKenya.com Kenya is known for running. And now PEDs
TheMusic.biz You can get into the music biz for $12
Profitable.biz I’m told its not about profits anymore but growth rate in number of users. I can’t pay for my stuff with users
Salon.biz Every town has several salons
Alan.biz Good email for $12
Cookie.biz Cookies are a big business. And tasty too
Chat.biz Phone.biz Two HUGE keywords
Other Dot Biz Names Worth Taking a Look at
Aerosol.bizAfro.bizArizona.bizBanner.bizBenefit.bizBirth.bizBonds.bizBootCamp.bizCarbon.bizCellPhones.bizChains.bizCheck.bizCheckout.bizCotton.bizCounseling.bizCurrency.bizCurry.bizCurtains.bizCycling.bizDentistry.bizDeposit.bizDiary.bizehome.bizElections.bizEngagement.bizEspresso.bizEssential.bizEthics.bizExperience.bizExpo.bizFantasy.bizFilms.bizFoster.bizGrace.bizgsm.bizHealthInsurance.bizHelicopter.bizHepatitis.bizHits.bizHobby.bizInterview.bizIowa.bizIraq.bizKansas.bizKyrgyzstan.bizLake.bizLast.bizLead.bizLebanon.bizLeisure.bizLuck.bizMarathon.bizMarry.bizMaryland.bizMeet.bizMemory.bizMenu.bizMenus.bizMidland.bizMilk.bizMine.bizMinnesota.bizMississippi.bizMontana.bizMoon.bizMorocco.bizMortgageLoan.bizmuskoka.bizmybusiness.bizNiche.bizOptions.bizPacific.bizPayday.bizPetrol.bizPropane.bizQuran.bizRealm.bizRice.bizRock.bizSense.bizSerbia.bizSexChat.bizSexual.bizSlovakia.bizStaff.bizSushi.bizswb.bizTextbooks.bizThat.bizTraveller.bizTunisia.bizWeddingDress.bizWeekend.bizWeightLoss.bizWorship.bizZephyr.biz
 
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Namejet Auction
VeganLife.com   As we all know, tens of thousands lead it.  They just talk like they are millions
GWTW.com   21 years old
GoldenLion.com  the current price couldn’t be any more fitting
GreenRealty.com   20 years old.   A Green realty in many towns.  Our town has one
FreshPot.com  Not sure if pot is better fresh or not.
MountainGate.com  Upgrade name for a few entities
LearnHowToCook.com   No bids.  Going to take a buildout but a good name to show users what the site is about
 
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. I 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 me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by 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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Lessons learned from Rick Schwartz – buying a domain with the “perfect” entity to sell it to in mind is probably a big mistake

Morgan Linton Morgan Linton: While Rick Schwartz might not be blogging anymore, he is tweeting more than ever and I’ve been finding some great nuggets in his tweets. This particular nugget is one that I’ve learned the hard way more than once, okay, it probably took me at least five times to really learn my lesson here. Here’s Rick’s […]

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The Buying Process Has Changed. Why Hasn’t Your Sales? How brands can bounce back from disaster

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IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, April 29th

Domain Shane Domain Shane:
I’ve been thinking about the point Drew made on the last Sherpa Review about the need to set the price extra high on a portfolio of sub par or average names, so that you can cover your costs in the event someone really likes one of said names and buys it. While I agree in principle with this concept, it needs to be looked at in a dynamic context.
What I mean is, that unless you bought all 2000 shitty names at the same time you’re not dealing with a static environment. I don’t think anyone starting out should buy 2000 names right off the bat, rather fine tune their buying and selling skills incrementally. As profits roll in from names priced to sell you can bootstrap that money into more names.
Obviously there are many factors, with the main wild card being the timing. The crappiest name in the world will sell if the right person comes along at the right time and likes it.
To illustrate my point, you buy 100 names over the course of a few days or weeks. Probably hand catching them off the drops for let’s say $10 to make it easy, or maybe you buy some in Godaddy Closeouts for $20. In any case your investment over this time period is between $1k and $2k. Reasonably pricing your names that you picked up cheap maybe around $999 or less and listing them every where you can, will help you move the names. If you aren’t selling any after several months, revisit the prices, make sure they’re listed appropriately and reevaluate the quality of your names.
If after several months of practice and learning you realize your names suck, set them on fire. Change the listings to $99 or less and home that someone adds it to their cart by accident. $99 on a $10 purchase is still a nice profit.
In the beginning you want momentum, that’s why I like buying cheap and selling cheap. Not only does it keep you engaged in the process, it helps you learn what to buy and what not to buy. You’ll get better at finding salable domains, you’ll learn what price points work.
One thing that’s often talked about is the holding costs, looking at the 10 year hold price of your names and calculating your expenses. The great thing with paying $20 or less for a domain is that you can trade it in for a better name rather than renewing it.
My problem with the advice to buy a $500 or a $1000 name to start, is that you have no idea what the hell a $500 or $1000 name even looks like, plus it takes you out of the game. If you spend your $1 to $2 K budget on 2 or 3 names I don’t think you’ll learn as much about the industry as you would getting in the trenches and mining decent names that will sell. This business really isn’t rocket science, but it takes practice, fine tuning and more practice. Skills can be developed and eventually turned into “muscle memory” but only if you want them to.
So in conclusion, don’t blow all your money on 2000 names that you’ll regret buying in a year, and don’t buy 2 or 3 expensive names when starting out. (unless someone that knows what they’re doing says “You have to buy this name, it’s the best deal ever”) But rather take the time to experiment and learn, take the earnings and roll them into more names and better names. Don’t buy any more names until you sell some. If you don’t sell any reevaluate your whole process, and price the names to sell especially in the beginning so that you can build momentum. This has been my approach and experience so keep that in mind, maybe something else will work better for you.
One of my favorite no bid names of the day is: GrowSmith.com  two syllables, and I like the word smith,  implying creator or even artist.
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LLLL.com’s       LLL, CCC, 5L       Other LLLL’s
Short Brandables         Numbers       One Worders    Vape, Vegan, VR
Snap Names/Dropcatch         NamePros        Godaddy Value BIN
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The No Bid List
ArtisticPulse.com A blog for artist, pulse makes be think of vital signs, if the patient healthy? Is something wrong? Basically what’s going on.
AutoProtectant.com  A product that keeps your car shiny and scratch free
BackyardWinery.com  A home brew system
CleanWax.com  Clean the wax out of your ears
Compuzer.com
CreditTalent.com  A credit help service that knows how to get you the best deal
DownSick.com  Not getting any work done today because your down sick.
DrBots.com  A robot doctor, or a doctor for robots
DrFossil.com  A geologist email, or paleontologist? you get the idea, whomever looks at fossils
EveryScoop.com  A news and gossip site
EvilGuide.com  Need help being Evil?
FedEmployee.com  Federal Employee’s
FinanceOlogist.com  A person that studies Financeology.
FixHistory.com  Get a time machine and fix your past. Really funny Joe Rogan stand up bit on time machines. Look it up.
FlagMemorial.com  Sell flags for cemeteries
FormulaFunnel.com
GamerSurplus.com
GrowSmith.com  I really like “smith” names, makes a great Canna biz name I think
HardToListen.com
InfusionWrap.com
IntenseHigh.com
KitchenPulse.com
LogFusion.com  A name for log home builders
MarketTactician.com
MasterThings.com
MintFuse.com
MinuteMeet.com
MooDrug.com  Calcium?
NitroVault.com
NonstopSongs.com
oExplore.com
OrderBooze.com
OriginalMember.com  Makes me thing of SOA, Original 9
PartStack.com
PerformTogether.com
PodSuit.com
PromoteRealty.com  A marketing name for Real estate
RapidAbility.com
RateGear.com
SalaryScope.com
SaleScientist.com
SeoRefresh.com
SexDirections.com
SpiritZen.com
StrongFresh.com
StrongNerve.com
SuperStrategic.com
SweetCommunity.com
SwitchStyles.com
TheCoined.com
TorpedoRocket.com
TrendsOfToday.com  I’m going to bed, it’s 04:11, make up whatever you want for the rest.
TrustRoute.com
WeaponDetect.com
WebsitePanda.com
WheretoHunt.com
WittyWord.com
WowTag.com
xRoses.com
YouIncredible.com
ZipChecking.com
Names With Bids
SystemCreators.comMustDie.comRallis.comNeuville.comCrmDesign.comSavvyLoans.comcombd.comEverContent.comWiseNature.comEventMix.comBuyerFraud.comOperationEco.comLondonCctv.comshortget.comCoffeeEspresso.comOpenCounty.comTheNewKids.comRehabMotion.comRebuildTexas.comWarTalks.comDebounce.comMeetingLocal.comOddSex.com
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BlueEyes.comfo.comLargeBass.comStoneForce.comClasser.comUnityCenter.comAllDrug.comOrderable.comMotorPart.comClimbAboard.comProSir.comFullProfile.com
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One Worders and Other TLD’s
GoingUp.netCallingCard.netAustere.orgLearningPath.netCoinBank.netJoinFree.netSubjects.tvOrganize.tvRailroaders.orgEatNatural.netVaporStore.netPartie.orgBuildPlan.netTricar.netMurdered.us
Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR
BraveBuddha.comCannaSector.comGanjaFind.comKushPanda.comMobileKush.comOptimumHerb.com
Snap Names/DropCatch
TheClan.com
CoolColor.com
MeetTime.com
RetroMania.com
NamePros
CameraUserGuide.comOpenTemplates.comYogurtFlavours.comCurrencyChanger.netXVVL.com
HomeAccentRugs.comTraditionalMarijuana.comColdWines.comRepacify.comResultFish.com
TxGifts.comBestOnlineLoans.comPanamaTechnology.comBuyPizza.netKoryer.com
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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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Agenda Domaining Europe 2017

Blog Dominios Blog Dominios: La agenda provisional del evento de dominios que se celebrará en Berlín nos trae muchos momentos especiales, y aunque iremos informando de posibles variaciones te mostramos cuál es la previsión de lo que sucederá los días 14 a 16 de mayo de 2017 en Domaining Europe. Domingo 14 de mayo 12:00 a 20:00 Recepción de asistentes 15:00-18:00 Tour de turismo con bus y barco Lunes 15 de mayo 08:45-9:00 Declaraciones de apertura 09:00- 9:30 Ponencia de Andrew Simpson de Verisign 09:30-10:00 Rolf Larsen presenta ¿Qué puede hacer el registro para los inversores en dominios? 10:00-11:00 Informe de dominios de salud 11:00-11:30 Pausa café 11:30-12:00 Compra y venta de dominios de palabras clave en piloto automático 12:00-12:30 Últimas noticias del mercado de compraventa de dominios 12:30-13:00 Reventando 10 mitos sobre noticias de extensiones de dominios 13:00-14:00 Almuerzo 14:00-15:00 GTLDs, Geodominios, ccTLDs 15:00-16:00 Panel de domainers y brokers 16:00-16:30 Pausa café 16:30-17:00 Cómo ganar dinero con dominios de palabras clave 17:00-18:00 Tráfico, parking y desarrollo 18:00-18:30 Jackson Elsegood de Escrow.com 20:00-23:00 Cena típica de Berlín en Zollpackhof Martes 16 9:00-10:00 Gobierno de internet 10:00-10:30 .club sigue siendo en mejor en la comercialización de nuevos gtld 10:30-11:00 Lo que hacen los .marca con [...]

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