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Archive for January, 2010

What is wrong with me?

Now trending on social media, services that help you to discover yourself. Two of them worth of your attention are respectively: http://formspring.me/ http://failin.gs/ Happy reflection times indeed!

All Popular .ME

Ever asked the question what’s popular on .me? What people are bidding on? What domains are more attractive than the others? Sedo, being a market leader, with its public listings, is a good measure of domain and keyword popularity. It the end of the day, .me are among top 10 top-level domains at Search Engine […]

Lessons of Project.Me

Traditional.ly, once in a while we cover domain names disputes. .ME remains relative.ly a clear zone (unlike the rest of the Internet), with only eight cases filed at WIPO in 2008 (also discussed in our earlier article featuring Porsche.Me) and further nine cases filed in 2009. With near.ly 300+ registered .me domain names, that makes […]

Silly.Me on the Great Domain auctions @ Sedo

First 2010 series of premium Sedo auctions are rolling out tomorrow with Silly.Me starting at just $60: https://www.sedo.co.uk/auction/auction_history.php?language=e&auction_id=95572&tracked=&partnerid=44384&language=e

Shop It To Me

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.ME in la Repubblica

A good article with historical facts was just published in la Repubblica, one of the Italian influential papers. Below goes our translation into English (with some of Google help of course): Little Montenegro gets a bit more wealthy? With .me domains of course. The symbol identifying the Balkan country depopulated on the web. By Balbi […]

BBC: Montenegro’s .me domain name gain

One of the greatest article promoting .me so far, by BBC of course: Montenegro’s .me domain name gain.

Wait for me by Moby

Mobi is continuing to promote the new album “wait for me” with a short, yet very fancy video indeed:

Yahoo is going for .ou

Not real.ly, as .ou country code does not exist, yet. But at least they go for “its.ou” on their latest ads:

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