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51_coverDomainer's Magazine - Volume 5, Issue 1 (PDF)

Cover: Domainers magazine Awards 2011

Also in this issue:

An Update on HTML5 by XBIZ World's Christopher Lewicki
Domainers Return To Kili for Clean Water by James Marfopolous
Cost Reduction Initiatives by Eric Silberzweig, M.B.
Pictorial: T.R.A.F.F.I.C. South Beach
Gadget Corner: The Droid X by Jerry Nolte
Who Speaks for the Internet? A note on COICA by Joe Callan

Domainer's Magazine Award Winners PDF Print E-mail
Written by Domainer's Magazine Staff   
Tuesday, 08 February 2011 20:32

If five years of publishing have taught us anything, it's that we wouldn't be here without the people and companies who go the extra mile to build our industry. That's why, at the end of 2010, we held nominations for the 1st Annual Domainer's Magazine Awards.

Nominations were made by our readers and site visitors, which were then assembled into an official ballot found on DomainersMagazine.com. Now, with the final counts tallied, we’re proud to present our winners. Thank you to our readers, site visitors and supporters for participating, and most importantly, thank you to our winners--who give our industry its continued success.

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HTML5: Toward a More Semantic Web PDF Print E-mail
Written by Christopher Lewicki, XBIZ World   
Monday, 07 February 2011 18:15

HTML5 is all the rage these days. If you stumble upon a group of nerds you’ll hear phrases like “offline storage”, “microdata” and “improved error handling”. But what does HTML 5 mean to the average webmaster — the webmaster who just wants to display their content in the best way possible and not worry too much about the technical mumbo-jumbo which makes nerds’ trousers tight?

Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 February 2011 18:09
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The Droid X: The Big Toy for Big Boyz (And Girlz) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jerry Nolte   
Monday, 07 February 2011 17:53

I have recently purchased the new Droid X and was amazed at the blazing speed of the apps. The phone itself is a “handful” with it’s 4.3-inch 854x480 screen size, making it a very large phone by today’s standards, but you will forget about its size when you see how great the screen looks.

I am not a fan of the touchscreen phones. However, the X made me a believer. One of my biggest concerns was the keyboard, but with its new (built in) “swipe” app, touchscreen typing is a breeze.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 February 2011 18:09
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A Return to Kilimanjaro: Climbing for Clean Water PDF Print E-mail
Written by James Marfopolous   
Monday, 07 February 2011 17:03

The Water Climb is an annual climb of Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money and awareness for Water School. Water School is an international non-profit organization registered in both Canada and the United States with a mission to provide simple, safe, strategic, and sustainable clean water solutions to the developing world.

In March 2010, a diverse team of climbers from around the world participated in Water School’s first Climb for Clean Water, scaling the Machame route of 5,858 metres up Mt. Kilimanjaro. They raised roughly $200,000 and came away with an experience that they will never forget. The team included a large number of domainers, representing the continuing support the domain industry has given to Water School. Building on the success of their efforts, next year a new team of climbers will ascend Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise support and awareness for Water School.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 February 2011 18:10
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Cost Reduction Initiatives PDF Print E-mail
Written by Eric Silberzweig   
Monday, 07 February 2011 16:24

The internet, consultants, and experienced finance/accounting professionals offer hundreds, if not; thousands of solutions for companies that need to cut expenses to meet their financial objectives.

Cost-savings for any type of company should start with a grass roots analysis to identify where and how much savings might be available.  This will require thorough and detailed analysis of every line item on the financials.  This is a common sense approach but one that requires due diligence and proper execution.

The following is a sample of some short and long-term opportunities to reducing expenses:


The natural instinct by most companies is to pare down salaries by reducing their headcount.    Many organizations should rank order their employees from most to least expensive and assign a performance rating to help determine the layoffs necessary to narrow the budget gap.   
It’s essential for companies to evaluate the talent and productivity of their employees on a regular basis.  This analysis would allow employers, who must cut payroll, to make a more informed and accurate business decision.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 February 2011 17:49
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