Dec '23

The sun rises on .ing, the latest domain name shakedown – Boing Boing

The latest top-level domain, .ing, is open for registration. This one is particularly cunning because it’s a common English suffix and thereby creates a new domain to squat for every verb in the whole fucking language.
Build your website in a single word with .ing. Design.ing, edit.ing, mak.ing — the possibilities are endless.
ICANN delenda est.
Bruce Schneier (previously) has spent literal decades as part of the vanguard of the movement to get policy makers to take internet security seriously: to actually try to make devices and services secure, and to resist the temptation to blow holes in their security in order to spy on “bad guys.” In Click Here to Kill Everybody: Security and Survival in a Hyper-connected World, Schneier makes a desperate, impassioned plea for sensible action, painting a picture of a world balanced on the point of no return. READ THE REST
TL:DR; A this low a price, you can afford to give your kitty something special this holiday! The Cheerble Ball, an interactive toy for cats, is discounted to just $22 just in… READ THE REST
TL;DR: Revolutionize how you interact with your touchscreen in the dead of winter with these 3-Touch Smartphone Gloves for only $11.99 (Reg. $29), saving $17, until 11:59 PM on 12/17. Order through… READ THE REST
TL:DR; Give the gift of recalling all of your favorite moments with this 10.1″ digital photo frame and remote control for just $47.97, just over 50% off its regular price, no coupon code… READ THE REST
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Joker has been buying and selling domains since the late 90's. He has worked with many portfolios and investors over the past decade as well.

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