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SixApart, WordPress and 37Signals Support OpenID; Why Not 1&1 and GoDaddy?

Wed, 07 Mar 2007 12:09:00 -0400

I've been reading a lot about OpenID, a free, decentralized framework for managing digital identities. You start with an URI (think of it as a master username) and store your password and other creditials with an OpenID provider. You can then log into any OpenID enabled service with your URI. The service will fetch whatever credentials it needs from your identity provider.



Simon Willison wrote a great post on cool things you can do with OpenID. My favorite is restricted single sign on. Simon suggested that if everyone in an organization had "username.internal.example.org" OpenIDs, all internal apps behind the firewall could be configured to grant automatic access to such users. This eliminates the hassle of creating/deleting accounts on each service for incoming/departing employees. Couldn't GoDaddy use a similar method to apply the same logins across its many services?



I'm also intrigued by Kai Hendry's comment that maybe OpenID can be used for brokering payments. This would allow access pass holders to view content, download songs, etc across multiple sites. Not that this technology isn't already available, but OpenID would save subscribers from having to keep track of different logins for different networks.



Anyway, Microsoft announced last month that it would make Windows Cardspace interoperable with OpenID. A couple of weeks later, AOL announced its support as well. SixApart is in (in fact, OpenID creator Brad Fitzpatrick also developed LiveJournal, and is SixApart's chief architect). And Digg. And ImageShack, WordPress, Technorati, SmugMug, 37Signals...



Recently I signed up for isabel.wang.name as my OpenID through FreeYourID (which I read about on TechCrunch). If nothing else, they managed to sell me a .name domain. My question is, why isn't 1&1 in this market as well?





The new Terms of Use obligates new and renewing registrants to do three key things: 1) self-certify professional credentials, 2) agree that their .Pro domain will be used only by them and 3) consent to use .Pro domains only in relation to professional services. As part of its commitment to ICANN, RegistryPro will monitor new and renewed domains to ensure that registrants adhere to these regulations.

Ad Changes and File Server

Mon, 27 Nov 2006 20:22:56 +0000
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RegistryPro hopes to get more professionals will get with its .pro program

Thu, 22 May 2008 04:26:26 +0000
The company, which is the official administrator of the new .pro top-level domain, is trying to drum up business among professionals for the new domain names.The company is hoping to lure qualified professionals to the domain by offering a combination of a specialised domain name and a digital certificate designed to authenticate identity, Sloan Gaon, ...]

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Lunarpages was founded in the summer of 2000 when Add2Net Corporation expanded
its hosting offerings to include shared hosting. Lunarpages offers ASP,
E-Commerce, FrontPage, and Budget solutions using the Linux operating system.



Lunarpages offers two high featured hosting plans starting at $7.95 per month.
From the start, our Independent Review Panel was pleased with both the amount of
Web space and the amount of monthly Data Transfer, which are well above the
industry average.



Both plans are packed with features. MySQL databases, FrontPage Extensions, PHP,
Python, Perl, CGI-BIN, SSI, Flash, Shockwave, Windows and Real Media, and more,
are standard for both plans, while the more expensive plan comes with a few
extra e-commerce options. Both plans also offer free domain names for life. As
long as you host with Lunarpages your domain name is free (1 free domain name
for the Basic plan and 4 free for the Business plan)



Lunarpages uses cPanel for their control panel solution. To increase cPanel's
functionality, Lunarpages includes the Fantastico Script Library plug-ins. At
the time of this review, Fantastico adds more than 30 features including
Geeklog, PHPList, MasterFlex, PHPauction, Nucleus, Coppermine Photo Gallery, and
osTicket.



Previously, Lunarpages offered a Web building tool that you could use to build
one Web page, but needed to upgrade for a nominal fee if you wanted to build a
full Web site. Our Independent Review Panel liked the idea of including a Site
Builder; however they disagreed with charging extra for what other Web Hosts
include for free. Recently, Lunarpages has dropped the upgrade fees and now
allow their customers full use of the Soho Web Site Builder tool.



Lunarpages offers multiple ways of contacting their Support staff. Toll-free
phone support is offered during business hours while forums and email support
are answered 24/7. Lunarpages is conscientious when it comes to answering their
support calls. Their support department has a call queue display to help the
support team maintain the phone lines in a more professional manner. All of our
email and calls were answered quickly and accurately by s professional and
courteous staff.



If you are not fully satisfied with your hosting solution, Lunarpages offers a
30-day no questions asked money back guarantee.



Lunarpages waves the setup fee if you pay for a twelve month hosting contract.
Otherwise you must pay the fee, which our Independent Review Panel thought was a
little bit steep. Also if you want the lower end hosting plan you need to
purchase a three month contract.



Verdict:

Lunarpages offers very good Unix hosting with all the bells and whistles you'd
expect in a more expensive Host. Their hosting solutions carry plenty of Web
Space and Data Transfer, while their support is quick and knowledgeable. If you
are looking for a Unix Host, check out Lunarpages.



Pros:

Lots of Web Space � Lots of Data Transfer � Lots of Features � Toll-Free phone
support � 24/7 email support � Forum Support � Fast, Courteous Support � No
Questions Asked 30-day Money back Guarantee



Cons:

Some of Site Builder Tool's Functionality Costs Extra � Expensive Setup Fees



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