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    New.net in financial trouble? | Log in/Create an Account | Top | 47 comments | Search Discussion
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    Re: New.net in financial trouble? NO WAY!
    by Anonymous on Monday April 08 2002, @04:51AM (#5734)
    Niveau of ICANNWatch is going down.

    Should I go to FuckedCompany and report that New.net is close to signing a contract with Microsoft? Sure, I'm a New.net executive like "Author"
    Would ICANNWatch report about this, too?
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    was it this exec?
    by Anonymous on Monday April 08 2002, @04:54AM (#5735)
    was it this exec? Apr 08 2002 05:44AM EST

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    SHERMAN OAKS, Calif., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- New.net
    ( http://www.new.net ), a domain name registry created to meet the market

    demand for Web addresses with logical, easy-to-remember extensions, today

    announced the appointment of Steve Hotz as Chief Technology Officer (CTO).

    Mr. Hotz joins New.net with over fourteen years experience in technology

    research and development, twelve of which have been involved in the technical,

    operational, and policy aspects of the Domain Name System (DNS). His

    extensive background in the technology community, and the DNS in particular,

    began in 1988 as a Ph.D. student working at the University of Southern

    California's Information Sciences Institute (ISI), one of the country's

    premier "think tanks" and birthplace of several Internet technologies,

    including the DNS.

    While at ISI, Mr. Hotz worked with Dr. Jon Postel, considered widely to be

    the "father of the Internet" and the founder of the Internet Assigned Numbers

    Authority -- the precursor to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and

    Numbers (ICANN).
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    Re: New.net in financial trouble? NO WAY!
    by Anonymous on Monday April 08 2002, @05:47AM (#5737)
    New.net is going under, and now they're tying to use this as a chance to show that they aren't? Give it a rest. No one wanted them last year, and no one wants them now. They are a joke and should just admit that they are out of money.
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