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Following on from last week’s post about the Domain Registry of America, this post will explain how to go about getting your domain back if you have mistakenly transferred it to them. Firstly, you’re not alone. There are countless stories throughout the internet of people who have unintentionally given the DRoA authorization to take their… Continue reading >

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The Domain Registry of America, also known as NameJuice or Brandon Gray Internet Services have tricked many customers over the years into handing over the registration of their domains. They operate by sending renewal forms to people or businesses who have domains which are due to expire within 6 months. The pre-printed forms are created… Continue reading >

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Well done to all at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for ensuring that the Canadian Grand Prix was completed yesterday. Whilst time was always on the side of those who wanted the race restarted after it had been halted on lap 23 due to conditions described by some competitors as “undriveable”, there was divided opinion on whether… Continue reading >

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So, the UK weather warnings are out in force again. This time advising on how to save water, given that areas of the country are officially experiencing a drought. There’s the usual dose of mild panic, with drought summits due to take place to address the problem. For a nation which ought to be used… Continue reading >

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As expected, the French Open gave us a dramatic couple of weeks of tennis. The women’s competition provided the first ever Chinese Grand Slam champion, in Li Na. In the men’s singles, things seemed no different to so many years of late with Rafa Nadal picking up a sixth title, and Roger Federer yet again the… Continue reading >

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Barcelona’s claim for comparison with the greatest club sides in history increased with their Champions League win at Wembley on Saturday. The manner in which Man United were outplayed in a major final was even more impressive than Barca’s efforts when the sides met in Rome two years ago. But for all of the plaudits… Continue reading >

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The French Open tennis championships start on Monday, and it should be a cracker. Gone are the days when Rafa Nadal would almost be presented with the trophy before the competition began. And that is thanks to the rampant form of Novak Djokovic who, if you include his two Davis Cup wins, currently holds a… Continue reading >

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It’s FA Cup final weekend. Not that it feels like it. I’m not old enough to recall classic finals of past years, played out in black and white. But I do remember the hours spent in front of BBC’s coverage of FA Cup final day back in the early 90’s, and it was always something… Continue reading >

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What better way to kick start a new blog than with a post about the influence of Kenny Dalglish on Liverpool FC since taking over as manager in January. As a Liverpool fan, the season was practically a write-off at the time of his arrival, with seemingly the only realistic goal being to achieve a… Continue reading >