incite v. to provoke, encourage, stimulate.
domainincite.com n. because all the good domains were taken.
Domain Incite is a news blog about the domain name business, policy, politics and technology published by TLD Research Ltd (UK company no. 08048392) and edited by industry analyst Kevin Murphy.
DI is widely read in the domain name industry — often described as the “must read” for policy and business news — and currently attracts approximately 22,000 readers every month, growing all the time.
DI is based in London, UK, and is updated with the latest domain name industry news at least five days a week.
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Kevin Murphy, Editor
Kevin Murphy is a journalist and analyst with 14 years of experience covering the domain name industry. He attended his first ICANN meeting — ICANN’s second ever — in Berlin in 1999.
Formerly US Bureau Chief with Datamonitor, reporting on the internet technology sector on a daily basis for Computer Business Review and ComputerWire, Murphy is also a regular contributor to The Register.
Murphy has extensive experience conducting bespoke research and analysis projects for organizations in the fields of internet security and domain name services.
ICANN panel on new gTLDs, London, September 20, 2011. Left to right: Kevin Murphy (DomainIncite), Lesley Cowley (CEO, Nominet), Lorna Gradden (Director, Com Laude), Rod Beckstrom (CEO, ICANN). Photo credit: ICANN
Domain Incite Testimonials
“Always informative, thought-provoking and insightful (or should that be ‘inciteful’?). DomainIncite has quickly established itself as a must-read for those in the domain name industry and ICANN followers.”
– Lesley Cowley, CEO, Nominet (.uk).
“As an existing registry operator we have often been on the receiving end of Kevin’s sharped eyed observations and canny ability to see directly through to exactly the relevant facts at hand… I have a lot of confidence in DomainIncite being of use to many ICANN watchers and would-be new gTLD applicants.”
– Stuart Lawley, CEO, ICM Registry (.xxx)
“Must-read… Kevin Murphy knows ICANN and internet policy inside and out. When it comes to new gTLDs and the ongoing battle over internet governance, Kevin definitely has you covered.”
– Andrew Allemann, Editor, Domain Name Wire.
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If you display a persistent pattern of posting irrelevant, nonsensical gibberish, or if your comments regularly appear to be designed merely to promote your own domain names, your names and internet addresses may be added to a moderation list.
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Comments that encourage criminal activity (including, but not limited to, trading stolen credit card information — which for some reason DI gets a lot of) will be deleted and the commenters blocked.
Finally, while ad hominem arguments might be acceptable, personal attacks are definitely not.
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Page last updated June 9, 2013