What's Your Favorite Site Affected by the GoDaddy Outage?

In case you've been living under a rock, GoDaddy was the victim of an attack which took everything down today. Anonymous is claiming responsibility for the attack and million of sites are unaccessible as a result. Surely some of the sites you read use GoDaddy for your internet hosting purposes. Which makes me curious:… » 9/10/12 5:40pm 9/10/12 5:40pm

Don't Be Dumb Like a Newspaper and Forget to Renew Your Domain Name

If you own a website, it's probably a good idea to renew your domain name right now. In fact, it's probably a good idea to renew your domain name for as long as is fiscally responsible for you. 3 years? 5 years? Whatever, go do it! We don't want your website ending up like the newspaper, The Bay Citizen, which… » 2/03/12 10:57am 2/03/12 10:57am

And Now GoDaddy's Finally, Officially Against SOPA

It's been a rough holiday for GoDaddy. First the domain registrars were outed for supporting that vile SOPA bill. Then, after an online uprising, they said they no longer supported it, but weren't quite against it. But as of yesterday, GoDaddy has finally, officially declared its full opposition to the… » 12/30/11 9:16am 12/30/11 9:16am

GoDaddy Changes Its Mind on Supporting That Evil SOPA Legislation

Wow, GoDaddy finally does the right thing. After initially defending their stance, they've just announced that they're no longer supporting the awful, anti-internet bill known as SOPA because though 'fighting' online piracy is important, GoDaddy feels they "can clearly do better". Maybe they were scared off by Leave… » 12/23/11 1:54pm 12/23/11 1:54pm

Go Daddy Coughs Up $1 .Com Domain Names

For any aspiring website entrepreneurs/squatters out there, Go Daddy's running a promotion through August 31st that gets you one .com domain for $1 for one year. Just enter SCHOOL99 at checkout, and fartzzz.com is yours for a buck! You can't buy in bulk, but it looks like you can go back and snap up individual domains… » 8/24/10 9:57am 8/24/10 9:57am

GoDaddy To Cease Registering Domains In China

The Washington Post is reporting that GoDaddy, the biggest domain name registrar on the planet, will soon stop registering domain names in China. Their announcement comes in the midst of Google closing their Chinese search engine, though GoDaddy says their decision is specifically a response to "new government rules… » 3/24/10 3:39pm 3/24/10 3:39pm