Domain Masters celebrates reaching its 250th podcast with a special 1-hour summary of what the program has offered to this point.
Victor catches with up with the original host, Monte Cahn (who hosted 101 episodes starting with the premiere episode in November 2004 until 2008), Jothan Frakes (hosted 18 episodes in 2009) and Chef Patrick Ruddell (who hosted with co-host Morgan Linton in 2009) share their favorite individual moments on the show.
Domain News Aggregator project DNGator, offers analysis on current domain market conditions
Domain Attorney Enrico Schaefer on the Domain Name News Portal, a site where viewers vote on best news stories.
Toby Hardy, founder of LZ Domains gives his thoughts on how Domains are virtual real estate, plus he discusses his company’s geo pure strategies on selling and developing domans, following trends, economic factors and more.
Aaron Kvitek of Oversee.net previews the upcoming Domainfest Global 2009 in Hollywood, including a preview of the pre-event boot camp for beginning & intermediate domainers, including a preview of the pre event boot camp and more…
Alexa Raad, CEO of the Public Interest Registry, and now the CEO of the dotOrg registry, discusses the changes made under her watch such as working on adding value to domains for domain owners to ensure revenue and traffic.
A Domain Bloggers roundtable discussion between Michael Berkens TheDomains.com, Michael Gilmour, publisher of the WhizzBangsBlog, and Elliot Silver from ElliotsBlog.com.
Ross Rader is the Director of Retail Services at Tucows discusses Top Level Domains, his upcoming coast to coast bicycle ride to help raise funds for the Sears National Kids Cancer Ride charity ,his work with Tucows and tenure in the domain industry,he also discusses dot CAs new whois policy, plus Domain Aftermarket and Auctions.
Chuck Kisselburg is the Director of ICANNWiki.org; an organization whose focus is on providing value through global collaboration while fostering transparency and positive growth for those within the ICANN community.
Chuck comes to ICANNWiki.org from a non-profit, public/private partnership dedicated to creating programs for the sharing of sensitive information in a highly secure environment. As program manager, Chuck was responsible for driving growth and use of the program, a collaborative program that gained attention internationally. As an avid social networking rainmaker, Chuck is experienced in helping others effectively recognize, develop, learn of and interact with other social networks for purposes of information collaboration.