Posts Tagged ‘TLD’

DomainsBot Announce Release of TLD Recommendation Engine for Registries

San Francisco, CA and Rome, Italy (PRWEB) July 11, 2013 – DomainsBot, the provider of leading domain suggestion technology, proudly announces its first product for registries. TLD Recommendation Engine for Registries is a product that services the world’s largest registrars, with the DomainsBot Name Suggestion API.

Last week, DomainsBot released the TLD Recommendation Engine for Registrars as a free add-on for registrars who already use the DomainsBot Name Suggestion API. The TLD Recommendation Engine debuted as a game changer for registrars carrying a large variety of TLDs. Read more

.data Proposal by Stephen Wolfram Gets Responses From Semantic Community

Photo of Stephen WolframIt cannot be denied that Stephen Wolfram knows data. As the person behind Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha, he has been working with data — and the computation of that data — for a long time. As he said in his blog yesterday, “In building Wolfram|Alpha, we’ve absorbed an immense amount of data, across a huge number of domains.  But—perhaps surprisingly—almost none of it has come in any direct way from the visible internet. Instead, it’s mostly from a complicated patchwork of data files and feeds and database dumps.”

The main topic of Wolfram’s post is a proposal about the form and placement of raw data on the internet. In the post, he proposes that .data be created as a new generic Top-Level Domain (gTLD) to hold data in a “parallel construct.”

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