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Yahoo Launches Unlimited Hosting

Wed, 06 Feb 2008 00:00:00 EST
February 6, 2008 -- ( <> WEB HOST INDUSTRY REVIEW) -- Yahoo! Small Business announced on Wednesday it is offering what it has termed the Web hosting industry's first unlimited service plan.

Cheap .info domains

Sat, 31 Dec 2005 04:51:50 EST
.info domain names were free for a few months last year. If you want a .info domain name and are low on cash there are still options for you, although not free.

We are fortunate enough to have have UK web host blogger, Ben Bolin, share some thoughts about country specific hosting. Ben is blogging at the moment from Egypt. Thanks for being a guest blogger at Web Hosting Finds!

SolutionBase: Enforce system policies with the Group Policy Diagnostic Best Practice Analyzer

Feb 29, 2008 12:24 PM PST
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SixApart, WordPress and 37Signals Support OpenID; Why Not 1&1 and GoDaddy?

Wed, 07 Mar 2007 12:09:00 -0400

I've been reading a lot about OpenID, a free, decentralized framework for managing digital identities. You start with an URI (think of it as a master username) and store your password and other creditials with an OpenID provider. You can then log into any OpenID enabled service with your URI. The service will fetch whatever credentials it needs from your identity provider.

Simon Willison wrote a great post on cool things you can do with OpenID. My favorite is restricted single sign on. Simon suggested that if everyone in an organization had "" OpenIDs, all internal apps behind the firewall could be configured to grant automatic access to such users. This eliminates the hassle of creating/deleting accounts on each service for incoming/departing employees. Couldn't GoDaddy use a similar method to apply the same logins across its many services?

I'm also intrigued by Kai Hendry's comment that maybe OpenID can be used for brokering payments. This would allow access pass holders to view content, download songs, etc across multiple sites. Not that this technology isn't already available, but OpenID would save subscribers from having to keep track of different logins for different networks.

Anyway, Microsoft announced last month that it would make Windows Cardspace interoperable with OpenID. A couple of weeks later, AOL announced its support as well. SixApart is in (in fact, OpenID creator Brad Fitzpatrick also developed LiveJournal, and is SixApart's chief architect). And Digg. And ImageShack, WordPress, Technorati, SmugMug, 37Signals...

Recently I signed up for as my OpenID through FreeYourID (which I read about on TechCrunch). If nothing else, they managed to sell me a .name domain. My question is, why isn't 1&1 in this market as well?

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