From the people who brought you tweet2txt, a completely useless hack to put your twitter status into a TXT record at your own domain, have taken it one step further and released tweet2whois: put your twitter status into your domain whois records. This one may actually have some utility from the get-go. If you’re in […]
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We don’t want to sound like hippies here, but it’s sort of hard to miss the fact that there seem to be a lot fewer trees around than there were a while back, y’know? Whatever your take on global warming, we’ve all pretty much realized there’s been a bit too much of the chopping and […]
We’ve written a free guide that basically outlines a basic methodology on how to organize things so that you never lose your domain names. We’ve been in this business for over a decade, I’ve basically been in the habit for years of visually inspecting the domains that are about to be deleted by the registry […]
Not even sure why we did this other than “because we could”, but try this: Setup a txt record in your domain like this: host IN TXT “”v=twitterstatus1 txthost twitterid” And basically what happens is the last tweet from “twitterid” will be placed into the contents of a TXT record for “txthost” under your domain […]
File under neat. Gavin Brock posted a way to dynamically update your DNS for your (jailbroken) iPhone. This is the same Gavin Brock who wrote the DNS::EasyDNS Perl Module many years ago.
A number of customers have been registering domains to point to their new websites published via iWeb on their MobileMe accounts. Unfortunately, while MobileMe instructs how to point “www.yourdomain.com” to their services, they don’t have a way to easily point just “yourdomain.com” to their services. This is especially important as not everyone on the internet […]