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‘Donuts Inc.’ Accused Of Fueling Cybersquatting After Bidding $56 Million For New Domain Names
The small company put millions into locking down more than 300 new-suffix domains like .movie and .buy. Cue messy legal squabble.
Website of the Month: CollabFinder
Even do-it-yourself work often requires the resources of more than one person. CollabFinder.com connects DIYers with developers, designers and other...
Midterm Election Videos May Set New Record For Internet Traffic
Remember when Landon Donovan broke the Internet? If the same thing goes down tomorrow, blame the Tea Party. Tuesday’s midterm...
Coming Soon: Non-Latin Character URLs
Since its inception, the World Wide Web has been dominated by English. Even websites that use a different language still...
Ask a Geek: How Do I Pick A Company To Host My Website?
Three words: Reliability, flexibility, simplicity. No matter what, you want a Web host that never goes offline, so make sure it...
DesignYourDorm Brings College Move-In Day Online With 3-D Modeling
Now students can lay out 3D décor and furniture long before they step through the door of their college dorm.
How to Lose Traffic and Alienate People
One more suspect search result or advertisement with audio and the Grouse may just lose his mind
Why Digg is the New Digg and You’re My New Editor
At the Web 2.0 Expo "social media" is on everyones' lips. But are its days numbered?
Nerd on Nerd Cyber-Violence
Hackers attack LHC network. Is computer geeks/physicists the new Jets/Sharks?
Anatomy of a Hack
After video site Revision3 was attacked and brought down over the weekend, a little digging revealed a surprising perpetrator