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Top-Level Domains

The New Top-Level Domains – Why I (kinda) Hate Them

When ICANN announced that the top-level domains available would finally get past the old .com, .net, .edu, .org (plus the national domain names like .ca, .uk, .cn, etc.) it seemed like it could be such a cool thing.  I mean, first, it can be terribly hard to find a domain name anymore.  In so many cases,...

Digital Ocean

Server Move

I’ve decided to join the 21st Century and move busymind.net to a virtual server in the cloud.  Specifically, after a bunch of experimentation, I chose Digital Ocean and set up an Ubuntu 12.04 and moved the site on Saturday.  I found it relatively painless, the server creation only took a minute, then about an hour...

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New Domain… New Site

For the last few years, I’ve been gradually looking for ‘that’ domain.  A replacement for the old ‘voxmagis.com’, which was set up as an inside joke for a World of Warcraft guild, not as a permanent website/email server. Vox Magis, which ROUGHLY translates to ‘Cry More’ in Latin, was fine, but hard for people to...