Pages containing 'TLD'

Public Hearing on the award of a contract to NeuStar to operate andmarket the .nyc TLD

From te New York Times: March 20, 2012, 7:15 pm  -  -

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Friday, 23 March, 2012 - 14:00 - 16:00
2 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn

Making Worlds: An OWS Forum on the Commons

We first took note of the commons in 2007 when star intern Matt Cooperrider suggested that we include “the commons” in our musings about New York’s Top Level Domain, or TLD. While our early explorations were less than intense, our efforts were emboldened in 2009 when Elinor Ostrom won the Nobel Prize in Economics for her work on managing common pool resources. (See the Common Pool Resource chapter on our wiki.)

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Saturday, 18 February, 2012 - 17:00 - 19:00
122 Java Street, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, (The Church of the Ascension)

Are TLDs Obsolescent?

One of my great frustrations over the past several years has been my inability to convince the google generation that there's value in TLDs.

Helter-Skelter vs. Community TLD

Jackson Hts., New York, December 22, 2011 - With 21 days remaining before the ICANN’s filing window opens for new TLDs, authoritative city government sources report the following: the new deputy mayor with responsibility for the TLD’s oversight (Robert K.


Here we imagine ways the .nyc TLD can best serve city residents and organizations.

As early as 2013 New Yorkers will have access to the .nyc top level domain, or TLD. (It's like .com and .org but just for New York.) The .nyc TLD is best perceived as digital infrastructure that will best serve our economic and social growth if carefully planned and configured. Here we imagine ways the .nyc TLD can best serve city residents and organizations.

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