After the recent release of .tirol, another new gTLD has entered the Sunrise phase to remind us in the middle of summer to be ready for winter: .ski.

But with its release in the Sunrise phase so close to July 4th, we're more inclined to think of how great this extension would be for honoring Polish-American Revolutionary War hero Casimir Pulaski than snowy mountains (though we would be remiss not to mention waterskiing). And of course, Pulaski isn't the only Polish name ending in .ski, so the field is open for all the Kowalskis, Kaminskis, Wisniewskis, Jankowskis of the world.

Bonus points for any -skis with a ski shop, or chalet.

The .ski extension will be in the Sunrise phase from July 1 until August 30 and a two-year registration at A rates will cost $172.99.

At the same time, an LRP (Limited Registration Period) Landrush reserved for winter sports professionals affiliated with organizations registered with the .ski registry (see here). The price for a two-year registration in this LRP Landrush phase will be $114.19 at A rates.

Finally, .ski enters the GoLive phase on September 8, at which point it will be available for a one-year registration for $48.31 at A rates.

Register a .ski?

.ski


Today a new batch of domains are being released by Donuts as part of their EAP (Early Access Program) for domains that ICANN is releasing from the former list of likely name collision candidates, since they no longer pose a risk. If you're confused about what that means, check out this page.

On the other hand, if you're a fan of that kind of jargon, then today's category release is just for you. Today's Category is: technology.

This category includes the following extensions:

The EAP prices (at A rates, not including any applicable tax) will vary by day, and will be approximately as follows:

    Day 1 (July 1, 2015 at 16:00 UTC): +$12,667
    Day 2 (July 2, 2015 at 16:00 UTC): +$4,222
    Day 3 (July 3, 2015 at 16:00 UTC): +$1,778
    Day 4 (July 4, 2015 at 16:00 UTC): +$945
    Days 5-7 (June 5-7, 2015 at 16:00 UTC): +$189

Here's the full list of categories and their release dates:
    June 10, 2015 : Photography (.camera, .digital, .gallery, .graphics, .media, .pictures, .photography, .photos, .productions)
    June 17, 2015 : Business (.agency, .associates, .careers, .company, .enterprises, .holdings, .industries, .international, .management, .partners, .sarl, .services, .solutions, .ventures)
    June 24, 2015 : Generic & Fun (.cool, .church, .center, .exposed, .fail, .gripe, .guide, .life, .place, .today, .wtf, .zone)
    July 1, 2015 : Technology (.codes, .computer, .directory, .domains, .email, .technology, .systems)
    July 8, 2015 : Education (.academy, .education, .expert, .foundation, .guru, .institute, .schule, .support, .tips, .training, .university)
    July 15 2015 : Foods and Goods (.bike, .cards, .clothing, .coffee, .diamonds, .fish, .furniture, .pizza, .recipes, .restaurant, .shoes, .toys, .watch)
    July 22, 2015 : Shopping (.bargains, .boutique, .cheap, .deals, .direct, .discount, .gifts, .gratis, .tienda)
    July 29, 2015 : Property (.camp, .city, .community, .condos, .estate, .farm, .house, .land, .lease, .maison, .properties, .rentals, .town, .villas)
    August 5, 2015 : Building (.builders, .construction, .contractors, .equipment, .glass, .kitchen, .parts, .repair, .solar, .supply, .supplies, .tools, .work)
    August 12, 2015 : Services (.cab, .catering, .cleaning, .engineering, .florist, .lighting, .limo, .marketing, .plumbing)
    August 19, 2015 : Healthcare (.care, .clinic, .dental, .fitness, .healthcare, .surgery, .vision)
    August 26, 2015 : Financial (.accountants, .capital, .cash, .claims, .credit, .creditcard, .exchange, .finance, .financial, .fund, .insure, .investments, .limited, .loans, .tax)
    September 2, 2015 : Travel (.cruises, .dating, .events, .flights, .holiday, .reisen, .singles, .vacations, .viajes, .voyage)

We were really holding out for the "Potent Potables" category, but no luck we guess.

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.tld

Three gTLDs are entering the GoLive phase today and all of the have to do with commitment.

First off, going on a .date involves a lot of commitment: time, maybe some money, blocking off part of your schedule … and if your date can't commit to all of those things that's a great signal that person, well, probably has other problems but call it "commitment."

Next, .faith is often a lifelong commitment, whether faith in an actual organized religion, an abstract system of governance or economics, or just faith in a personal friend, relative, or spouse.

And then there's what we consider the one true sign of commitment: .review. Nothing shows love and devotion like a good old fashioned review. Whether it's a rave review of a film, album, or book, a performance review at work, or an academic review. And every good relationship should occasionally be subject to review. We aren't marital experts, but we tentatively suggest, if you are truly committed to a loved one, putting that person through a lengthy review process. That's the only true way to verify their claims of devotion.

If you're ready for the commitment of buying a domain in one of these extensions for a whole year, check out the prices below (at A rates):

  • .date: $41.37
  • .faith: $41.37
  • .review: $41.37

Register a domain under one of these TLDs?:

.tld

It really feels like more than a coincidence that the official opening of our Gandi Asia offices in Taipei corresponds with the release of the new gTLD .taipei. Maybe the gTLD spirits are smiling on us. We're not superstitious, but we think it means things will go well for us in Taipei.

And if things are already going well for you in Taipei, .taipei is currently in Sunrise, though it's not the traditional Sunrise we're used to seeing for most gTLDs.

Here's how it will go:

June 16 through July 6: Individuals and registered companies located in the city of Taipei (or New Taipei) who own a trademark registered with the government of Taiwan can register that trademark for a .taipei.

July 7 through July 17: The same qualifications as above, but your trademark doesn't necessarily have to be registered specifically with the government of Taiwan, but any trademark protection institution.

As a result of the peculiar way this Sunrise phase is rolling out, if you're interested in taking advantage of this phase, you'll need to contact our Customer Care team so we can check with the registry. As long as everything checks out, you would be invoiced for $69.00 (or 2100TWD).

You will also need to credit your prepaid account the amount due for our Customer Care team to process the order.

Here's to new beginnings in Taipei!

Register a .taipei?

.taipei



Entering the Donuts EAP for previously protected name collision domains are domains in a gTLD category that has a familiar ring to it : Fun & Generic. We had to wrack our brains to think of where we'd heard that one before but then we remembered! That's how we described ourselves on our online dating profile.

Anyway, here's the list of the extensions that qualify as Fun & Generic, many of which we may consider for the next revision of the dating profile.

The pricing for this is a little tricky, but here's how it goes:

Day 1 (6/24/2015 at 16:00 UTC) : +$12,667; approximately
Day 2 (6/25/2015 at 16:00 UTC) :   +$4,222; approximately
Day 3 (6/26/2015 at 16:00 UTC) :   +$1,778; approximately
Day 4 (6/27/2015 at 16:00 UTC) :      +$945; approximately
Days 5 through 7 (from 6/28 at 16:00 UTC until 6/30 at 16:00 UTC) : +189; approximately

Register a domain under one of these TLDs?:

.tld

Today, the  .irish extension enters the GoLive phase, and it has us dreaming of the Emerald Isle, its people, and its poetry.

In the poem "Dublin", Louis MacNeice wrote:

This never was my town,
I was not born or bred
Nor schooled here and she will not
Have me alive or dead
But yet she holds my mind
With her seedy elegance,
With her gentle veils of rain
And all her ghosts that walk
And all that hide behind
Her Georgian facades –
The catcalls and the pain,
The glamour of her squalor,
The bravado of her talk.

Ireland never was our country either, but yet she holds our mind …

If she's on your mind too, now you can buy a .irish domain for one-year for $47.82 at A rates.

 

Edited 6/24. Our banner for this announcement originally contained something that, we confess, was a distasteful attempt at humor on our part.

Do you wish to register a .irish?

.irish


With .gal, the geographic gTLD for Galicia (in Spain) and .scot, for Scotland (in the UK), now available, .irish entering the GoLive phase, and having just celebrated the summer solstice, its an auspicious time for historic Celtic communities.

Break out the bagpipes (or gaita as they say in Galicia). To paraphrase a great Celt: they can take away your home, they can take away your lives, but they can never take away your gTLD. Get in on the good luck with a one-year registration of a .gal domain for $114.19 or a .scot for $55.48 at A rates.

Register a domain under one of these TLDs?:

.tld

Radix, the registry for .website, .space, .host, and  .press is in a party mood and the good news is: you're invited.

This is a three-day only celebration and all you have to do is take advantage of one of the following promotions:

The extensions .website and .space are available to register for one-year for just $1.00, which we have to say, is an awesome deal. A bag of balloons costs more than that.

And if that weren't good enough, .host and .press are both available for $10.00 for a one-year registration. You might find a cake for that cheap but we doubt it will be as sweet a deal.

But remember: this will only last for three-days, from Monday June 22 at 5:00 pm PDT (just in time for Monday happy hour) until Thursday June 25 at 5:00 pm PDT. So act fast.

Register a domain under one of these TLDs?:

.tld

Tuesday June 23 marks the beginning of the Sunrise phase on two of the kind of gTLDs that look sharp in a suit and have enviable business cards: .fyi and .mba.

The Sunrise phase for these domains last until August 22 and will then enter the Landrush phase on August 30 for three days only, that is, until September 2, at which point they will enter the GoLive phase.

Two more new gTLDs are entering the Sunrise phase.

The list is below, accompanied by the corresponding Sunrise, Landrush and Golive prices of a one-year registration, all at A rates:

  • .fyi: $154.63 | $176.23 | $27.05
  • .mba: $162.19 | $183.79 | $41.41

Remember, the Sunrise phase is for TMCH-registered trademark holders. Contact our corporate support team if you have a TMCH-registered trademark (or would like help registering your existing trademark at TMCH) in order to register one of these new gTLDs during Sunrise. If you are not among the trademarked, you can still pre-register for the Landrush or GoLive phases. We'll submit your order at the earliest possible moment – as soon as your chosen phase begins – for the best chance of success.

Register a domain under one of these TLDs?:

.tld

Another New gTLD Is entering the Golive.sucks.

This extension is special. It's for everything that sucks. Of course, plenty of things fit into this category. For example, waiting in line at the DMV sucks, people getting so close to you they are literally breathing on your neck on public transit sucks, putting your hand under a table top and touching someone's used gum sucks, and getting a paper cut sucks. Now you and like-minded people can express their frustration about these kinds of things with a .sucks domain for only $253.10 per year at A-rates.

On the other hand, if you are the DMV, a chronic neck-breather, a tabletop gum depositor or a paper manufacturer specializing in Grade A meat-slicing paper, you might want to register your .sucks domain just to keep someone else from doing so, or to give those people for whom your product... sucks... a place to let you know about it so you can make it suck less.

Register a .sucks?

.sucks

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