Tag: gTLD

  • Archaic Standards of User Information Tracking, revisited.

    Let’s start with the Salt Cup of things. You’re likely reading this here on a less common gTLD, that is, lick.blue. You’ve seen all the dot-coms, dot-nets, dot-orgs, and the country codes in general, and now there’re these colorful new gTLDs, like .abogado (lawyers and law firms!), .dog (downward facing — oh, wait, that’s .yoga; […]

  • There are gTLDs, developers.

    Bloody act like it. This starts a rant about Cost Plus World Market, and many other websites that requests your email address, but uses some archaic, distressingly not-updated method of determining if the email address might or might not be valid. As you can see, this post happens to be sitting on a domain, lick.blue; […]