British Businesses Can Now Register "Dot London" URLs

Starting today, London businesses are able to apply for .london top-level domain names. With this, London joins Berlin, NYC, Paris, and other cities that offer region-specific URLs for businesses connected to those cities. It's the start of an interesting interplay between physical geography and virtual identity, a… » 4/29/14 10:32am 4/29/14 10:32am

Dot City: Welcome to the Age of Virtual Geography

Last week's news that London had applied for a .london top level domain name (TLD)—joining a small handful of other cities and regions around the world, including .nyc and .paris—raised the question of how a city might define itself online, where the edges and outer boundaries of a city might be when you're clicking… » 11/21/13 1:00pm 11/21/13 1:00pm

The World Map In Domains

While you know .com as the most popular top level domain, every country has a unique TLD of its own known as a country code. Here is the entire world in those country codes. » 1/26/09 3:10pm 1/26/09 3:10pm