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Divorce Definitely Changed Her

February 3, 2013 |

Divorce Definitely Changed Her

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Katie Holmes has always been beautiful, but after she split from Tom Cruise she stepped out looking remarkably different than she had. Country star also made a huge change

‘American Sniper’ Killed at Gun Range

February 3, 2013 |

‘American Sniper’ Killed at Gun Range

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Former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, who wrote a best-selling book about his service in Iraq, was shot to death at a Texas gun range Saturday.Suspect charged in tragic murder

Super Sunday brings with it Super sideshow

February 3, 2013 |

So what, exactly, will you see on Sunday when the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens play for NFL bragging rights? Here’s what.
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Eric Holder Crowned Attorney General

February 3, 2013 |

President Barack Obama has some big changes coming about in his administration.  One notable member …

Donuts Filling the Domain Industry

February 3, 2013 |

Donuts Filling the Domain Industry

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GTLD Domain Laws

Welcome, the Internet adds valuable new domain names that are luring the likes of Google Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN), a little-known company called Donuts Inc. is making a grab that opponents say could fuel cybersquatting, the practice of stealing website identities. Is this true?  Can it be?

We did some investigating and found, Donuts, backed by more than $ 100 million in venture capital, is spending $ 56 million to bid for 307 of the 1,400  generic top-level domains, or TLDs, that will shape how the Web will soon flood the internet. Instead of .com, the new names include suffixes such as .book, .app and .law, this will surely change the way we do business over the internet.  The .com will still be the king and we doubt seriously if it will ever move far from the original .com.

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Domain Laws

A internet lawyer who represents TLD some the domain name holders is seeking to thwart Donuts’ efforts and is asking the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which authorizes domain name suffixes and is known as Icann, to investigate Donuts’ links to Demand Media Inc. (DMD) That company’s clients have used domain names to masquerade as other businesses, the lawyer contends. The CEO of Donuts came from Demand Media, and Donuts has an arrangement to sell Demand Media 107 of its TLDs if it chooses to release them.  Let’s see where this all takes us in the future.  If you are a lawyer make sure you trademark your domain with specificity in order to protect your brand.

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‘American Sniper’ Killed at Gun Range

February 3, 2013 |

‘American Sniper’ Killed at Gun Range

Chris Kyle

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Former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, who wrote a best-selling book about his service in Iraq, was shot to death at a Texas gun range Saturday.Details of the tragic incident

Gasoline at highest price ever for this time of year

February 3, 2013 |

U.S. drivers are now paying more to fill up their gas tanks than they ever have at this time of year. U.S. drivers are now paying more to fill up their gas tanks than they ever have at this time of year.



NBCNews.com: Business

PFT: Peterson bests Manning for NFL MVP

February 3, 2013 |

PFT: Adrian Peterson capped his stunning return from knee surgery by taking home the NFL’s Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year Awards on Saturday.
NBCSports.com: Sports

Did Super Bowl Ad Make a Blunder?

February 3, 2013 |

Did Super Bowl Ad Make a Blunder?

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There are 8 rules for a great Super Bowl ad. This is GoDaddy’s latest — though the company is known for often breaking a key maxim.Why first 5 seconds mean everything

Turkish far-left group claims responsibility for US Embassy attack

February 3, 2013 |

The Turkish far-left group DHKP-C claimed responsibility for a suicide bomb attack on the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, according to a statement on a website linked to the group.The Turkish far-left group DHKP-C claimed responsibility for a suicide bomb attack on the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, according to a statement on a website linked to the group.



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