It’s been awhile since we posted under the “Who Uses easyDNS” section. This morning I was perusing the daily changes for our nameservers and noticed the following domain just transferred in: originofthegods.com. Having grown up on a steady diet of C.W Ceram, Greek mythology, The Golden Bough, et al I was pretty much hooked by […]
Who Uses easyDNS?
The other day I stumbled across http://appsto.re, a DNS client domain which is a pretty useful specialized URL shortener for iPhone apps. A good example is easyDNS’ own iPhone app for easyWhois. The iTunes URL is loooooooooooooong and cumbersome, and to be honest, I can’t readily remember what shortened URL I created for it on […]
One of the things I love about this business is finding out some of the ultra-cool websites who use us for DNS. The first couple years of this business I think I had every domain name on the system memorized, not so much now. But I found out today that TedNugent.com uses easyDNS nameservers ROCK […]
When we noticed YCombinator’s Paul Graham was an easyDNS member we asked him to help us kick off a new format for the “Who Uses easyDNS” blog channel. Rather than just list off this company or that notable tech personality, we’re conducting short interviews with them so we can all get a better idea what […]
XE.com is a site I was using for years every time I needed to do a quick currency conversion before I realized they were a member. Nice easy and quick interface which allows me to quickly see the direction of the market across all the major currencies. They also provide data feeds via XML and […]
I’m always doing whois lookups all day long for various reasons. Today the concept of “usability” struct me as I was previewing YASBS (Yet Another Social Bookmarking Site) and on a whim (many of the whois lookups I conduct are, in fact, whimsical) I looked up usable.ca and got that warm fuzzy feeling I experience […]