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Command line for dummies - domains

Using the dig command:

$ dig iamgabrielma.com


iamgabrielma.com. 271 IN A
iamgabrielma.com. 271 IN A


Returns the A record/IP address where the domain is pointing at. 62 more words


Why is .gov controlled by the United States government?

In 2010, mostly to fulfill my own curiosity, I researched the .gov domain and its exclusive use by the US government. I posted this on a blog that is no longer online. 1,337 more words


Update (part 1): Under construction

Hey guys!

I just wanted to write a quick update to keep you all in the loop about what’s going on. You may have noticed that the site layout has changed and that’s because I’m preparing for a few other updates including an independent domain, a newer and more professional layout, and more content for you guys. 116 more words


Dot Blog

To ring in the new year (and thanks to some wonderful colleagues of mine), I just activated dan.robert.blog, replacing my previous site address. Initially, I had set this domain up as a separate photo blog but I changed my mind. 59 more words


How to deal with SEO in multinational organizations

Search engine optimization (SEO) is consistently ranked as one of the most effective digital marketing methods, but if your organization has websites in several countries, how do you prioritize SEO efforts and make sure you get the most value for your brand? 1,103 more words


Dot Blog

Welcome to my new blog. Okay, this is not a new blog, but an old blog with a new .blog. Interesting, right :D

I finally got my hands on a domain worth using(thank you Automattic :D), so this blog is now available on… 59 more words


How to Create your own Website Easily

If you just want a website or blog with a custom domain name (such as example.com) without getting your hands dirty or worry about managing all the back end stuffs and keeping it updated, I highly recommend you to checkout… 720 more words