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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday June 28th

Domain Shane Domain Shane:
 
. Here are today’s names. Click for most recent price  
Quote of the Day:  “Statistics suggest that when customers complain, business owners and managers ought to get excited about it. The complaining customer represents a huge opportunity for more business” -Zig Ziglar
Domain of the Day:   CoinRev.com Coin revenue, revolution, review  (your name here for $10)
Namejet Auctions 
CheckCash.com   I don’t think people realize how much money there is in lending money to the poor. Cashing their checks.  Loaning against their cars
JC.net    Going to be hard to outbid Jesus Christ
DNAD.com  Tons of value because its a typo of DSAD
GetBigger.com  Americans have had no problem doing this  Imagine it will be used for muscles or the muscle
FastBackups.com  Under $200 at press time with no reserve
LNNA.com  Met reserve at $500
McVegan.com    McDonalds new line of Vegan foods.  So far only Ice is on the menu
YOT.com  No reserve.     All the big boys are out for this one
RestoringProperty.com    Sounds like a show on HGTV.  Only 7 bidders
MoldCompany.com  Hundreds of millions of dollars in removing mold and asbestos.  Good marketing name for a company that does this.  Only 3 bidders
SellingPrice.com     Everything has a price.  List it here
Sedo Closing Today
JTG.com    More uses than just the WWE wrestler
 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids
BigHub.com   Getting four figure bids.  Big has been a hot brand word for decades
Hitr.com   Not sure of eventually use but short.  Would have been huge in 2007 when these types were super popular
RentLine.com  22 years old.    Why buy when you can rent.  That’s all I got
PlanFX.com   20 years old.  Any kind of design service would do well with this name
PerfectPix.com   Evidently people even wanted perfect pictures in 1998 when this was first registered
VetJet.com   Simple and it rhymes. And cheap.  A good start
iNaming.com    Tracy is not going to like someone having this name (she has eNaming)
Manish.net   One of the most popular names in the world.  Ok maybe in India.  Ok maybe parts of India. Ok I know a guy named Manish.  That’s why I listed it
EverHere.com   Sounds like someone isn’t going anywhere
444418.com    Just shows that 4 of any number, even 4, in a row is big money
VRGuard.com  Someone has to guard the VR or you’re going to get it taken
InvasiveWeeds.com   Its going to take a buildout and a list but bees, butterflies and invasive species are the concerns right now in the agricultural industry
 
Domains That I Like With One or No Bids
AgelessRevolution.com Sounds like something I would see on TV. No bids
NeedItFixed.com Lets everyone know what you need
FallingHouse. Sounds like a shitty design from Frank Lloyd Wright
GroovyDonuts.com Already a few places named this
BrainThunder.com I take this pill. My thoughts come quick as lightening
GetMyBody.com Another TV marketing name. But now I’m curious what the person’s body looks like. At $10
HammerCut.com I’m going to use this to get my six pack abs
YBots.com There are going to be a lot of different names for robots in the future. Why not Y bots?
LoveSecret.com Sounds real girly. No bids at $10
Quintle.com Made up but great sounding brand
Stiply.com Another nice sounding brand with no bids
Other Names With Bids
 
256377.com256836.com4runners.org84245.comAONetwork.comBovik.orgBSYC.netCauveryEnterprises.comChuckaNutdrive.comClaiborneOne.orgCollege-Doctor.comCostaRicaFish.comDanDonovan.orgDurgin-Park.comDWKW.netEarthle.comGameProg.comgamingtr1cks.netGuamFootball.comHCSH.netHillsdaleSites.orgHockeySC.comHonoringThePath.orgHotelsBase.orgiistmambaram.comInTheZone.orgIQXC.comkcwi23.comLinkPush.netLocaLoan.comLocaLoans.comMillstoneCapital.comNaanHouse.comNorthSails-Sportswear.comOsfes.orgOurBlook.comOverseaStudyHK.comQAHX.comQuantuMortgage.comRingThingy.comromskatepark.comSchoonerInfoTech.comSecuredTravel.comsh2soft.netSilverStreetPartners.comSiteMania.comSneakerHeadlines.comSpetos.comSteelCoreBuildings.comSYFL.orgTheEncounterBroadway.comTorresConstructionStillwater.comTribalNetworks.orgVMGU.comVOUW.comWaterProoFledLights.comWildestWest.comWoodlandWay.orgYourWLSJourney.comHave 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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Karma’s a bitch (.com)

TheDomains TheDomains: Almost exactly 5 years ago, a UDRP decision was made that had most domain investors saying WTF! The domain name Vanity.com was lost in a UDRP. Mike wrote about it on Jun 20, 2012. And now today Mike uncovered this from Hilco Streambank that the complainant in the case has filed Chapter 11 and that […]
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I think this Ethereum mining craze is silly…so I’m going to try it out for myself

Morgan Linton Morgan Linton: A long time ago in a galaxy far far away I got interested in the idea of mining Bitcoin. Yes, I know it’s at around $2,500 now, don’t remind me, I only doubled my money when I could have grown it 10x…I never got too deep into mining, while I did try it out, most […]

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Is the Passion Over Net Neutrality Misguided? A New Paper Offers a Fresh Technical Approach

CircleID CircleID: "Net neutrality" is implicitly framed as a debate over how to deliver an equitable ration of quality to each broadband user and application. This is the wrong debate to have, since it is both technically impossible and economically unfair. We should instead be discussing how to create a transparent market for quality that is both achievable and fair. In this paper I propose an alternative approach that (potentially) meets the needs of both consumer advocates and free market proponents.

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Broadband service quality: Rationing or markets? [Download PDF]Broadband is increasingly vital to everyday life, as well as to commerce and enterprise. Its importance merits asking the question: what is the appropriate role of government in managing the market for broadband services? For historical reasons, the primary agency tasked with answering that question in the US is the FCC.

The FCC has a long history of policing traditional telecom networks, and constraining the actions of players engaged in unfair practices. Over many decades, the FCC has found occasions where dominant carriers to have leveraged their market power to favor or disfavor other players. Whilst this inflates carrier profits, it demonstrably harms consumers.

The subject of "net neutrality" (called "Open Internet" in FCC rulemaking) is about the potential for ISPs to become "king makers" for online services. Its proponents position it as being about the potential for harmful "discrimination" by powerful ISPs. The topic generates diverse viewpoints that are promoted with intense feeling. This paper proposes that such passion is mostly misguided, as the current policy debate is misframed.

Consumer advocates have taken a language of fairness for living people, and then misapplied it to packets, whose ethereal nature barely qualifies as inanimate. As a consequence, they have inappropriately focused their "discrimination" concerns on the internal traffic management choices of packet networks. The resulting regulatory rules unwittingly enforce a grossly unfair rationing of service quality.

We can successfully reframe the policy problem to achieve a far fairer social and economic outcome. To do so, we must strip purely technical concerns of unwise and irrelevant emotive language. Terms like "discriminate", "throttle" and "violate" are used to fan public outrage, but come overladen with unhelpful semantic baggage. We need a new policy lexicon, one that clearly separates mechanistic network processes from orthogonal economic and legal issues.

Richer language and rational inquiry are our newfound friends; they help us to think with crisp precision about fairness concerns in the unfamiliar technology domain of distributed computing. Issues of equitable resource allocation need to be addressed at the human level, where they always belong.

The treatment of packets should only be relevant to the extent that a harm to people exists. Our goal then is to appropriately relate fairness to people to that of packet delivery. This can be achieved by focusing only on the external end-to-end service quality.

This paper proposed an alternative approach that (potentially) meets the needs of both consumer advocates and free market proponents. It constrains unfair ISP power, whilst also replacing rationing with a fairer market for quality. For this to come to pass, Congress has to express its will that it prefers fair markets over unfair rationing of broadband quality.
Written by Martin Geddes, Founder, Martin Geddes Consulting LtdFollow CircleID on TwitterMore under: Access Providers, Broadband, Net Neutrality, Networks, Policy & Regulation, Telecom

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Petya Ransomware Spreading Rapidly Worldwide, Effecting Banks, Telecom, Businesses, Power Companies

CircleID CircleID: Supermarket 'Rost' in Kharkiv, East Ukraine – all the payment terminals appear to have been hit by the Petya ransomeware. (Photo posted on Twitter this morning by Mikhail Golub / @golub)

A large scale ransomware attack today is spreading rapid...

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Sedo weekly sales led by YMB.com

TheDomains TheDomains: Sedo released their weekly sales and YMB.com led the way at $35,000. okChina.com was number two at $32,500. Casino.co.jp sold for $20,000. I did contact Sedo and told them they put this in the wrong category. .Co.JP is the country code for Japan. I liked Shoppo.com for $10,000. There were a lot of names I […]
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