I've built a website using php and mysql. I wanted to host this site. So I registered a domain name and buy a web hosting package. The webhoasting package provider gave me 2 name server addresses. I pun the in the domain name control panel. But still when i type my web address "[URL removed]" it doesn't say anything and doesn't display any page. Already I've uploaded the files. But it doesn't display anything. BUt wen i google, i came to know about DNS propagation delay.... Its around 24 hrs after adding my name server details in the domain name …

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Keeping the Internet safe for satire, the World Intellectual Property Organization [URL="http://didglennbeckrapeandmurderayounggirlin1990.com/legal.php"]ruled[/URL] that the domain name glennbeckrapedandmurderedayounggirlin1990.com was not a violation of the conservative political commentator's intellectual property. The WIPO [URL="http://reporter.blogs.com/files/decision-d2009-1182.pdf"]ruling[/URL] "dismissed Beck's argument that Internet users could be confused by the domain name and its accompanying Web site," noted an NPR [URL="http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2009/11/glenn_beck_loses_domain_name_d.html?sc=fb&cc=fp"]article[/URL]. "'Even a 'moron in a hurry,'" read the decision, quoting Eiland-Hall's attorney, "would not likely conclude that Complainant sponsored, endorsed or was affiliated with the website addressed by the disputed domain name."" Indeed, in an excellent example of the [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Streisand_effect"]Streisand Effect[/URL], Beck's September lawsuit actually brought more …

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Jonathan Ive (there, I bet you thought the headline was a typo) is not as famous as perhaps he ought to be. Next to Steve Jobs he has been responsible for turning the Apple brand around, making it desirable again, chiefly by designing the iPod, the first eMacs and substantial amounts of iMacs so that they not only work but they look stunning in your hand or your home. A couple of brands, Apple being among them, have turned technology into a desirable object as well as something useful. So it's probably a bit depressing for him that someone has …

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The concern over domain names and whether they can be hijacked by malicious code is accelerating. The BBC's website carries [URL="http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/7546557.stm"]this story[/URL], in which Dan Kaminsky is credited with discovering the flaw and he warns that it could be more serious than we'd thought at first. Verisign is in the story rebutting him, but then they would, wouldn't they. This is the point at which my journalism glands go into overdrive. I know how these stories work (much better than I know the technology) and getting at the truth isn't easy. Let's assume there's a nugget of rock solid, absolute …

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I've left this one a few days as I've been waiting to see whether there's a consensus. Last week ICANN overhauled the rules on Internet domain name, permanently - there's a BBC report on it [URL="http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/7475986.stm"]here[/URL]. Without seeing any of the new domain names just yet it's difficult to tell just what the impact is going to be. Ideally people will simply register those names that clarify exactly who they are - so maybe daniweb.com could become daniweb.tech, for example, and my own clapperton.co.uk could become clapperton.xxx because I'm in a cruel mood and want to disappoint people. Flippancy aside, …

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