Monthly Archives: March 2006

ICANN meeting ends on a high note

We just finished the ICANN meeting in Wellington, New Zealand. For one of the last resolutions of the ICANN board meeting, Vint asked the board to show their support by swaying back and forth in their seat. He promised to … Continue reading

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The Internet Governance Portal

Thought that I didn’t write about the Bulgarian Internet Society project on Internet Governance… Make sure you don’t miss to visit The idea behind this portal is to make it the ultimate place for Internet Governance. We usually publish … Continue reading

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Sad news: Polish writer Stanislaw Lem died, age 84

Stanislaw Lem, a Polist sci-fi author, who wrote a number of great sci-fi books, among which Solaris (filmed by Andrei Tarkovsky in 1971; a remake produced by George Clooney was released in 2002), has died in Krakow on March 27, … Continue reading

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ICANN Meeting in Wellington

We are in Wellington. If you don’t know where it is, check Google. It’s far, far away, in a galaxy so different, that: – cars drive on the left side of the road – at airports they take your little … Continue reading

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Total Solar Eclipse

Interesting news from the EU IS portal: On the 29th of March a total solar eclipse will be observable from the rural island of Kastelorizo in Greece, 72 nautic miles east from the island of Rhodes. The D-Space team in … Continue reading

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PC Forum – the place to be

If you are a chief executive, a visionary, or a decision-maker, and have not been at the PC Forum, you must consider going. For all others, subscription for the Release 1.0 is a good start. See my impressions from the … Continue reading

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My new web site –

Honoring the ICANN meeting in New Zealand, I decided to launch today my new web site. It’s at, and unlike the first ten years since it was founded, when it didn’t have a design, now it’s a fully functional, … Continue reading

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Creative Commons – official press release

Creative Commons, a nonprofit organization that provides a flexible copyright licenses for authors and artists, recently unveiled a localized version of its innovative licensing system in Bulgaria.

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Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares

Yes, it’s a headline in French – a language I don’t speak. The Mystere des Voix Bulgares is a Bulgarian female choir, a Grammy award winner (1990). They performed on March 3rd (National holiday of Bulgaria) in New York’s Symphony … Continue reading

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Finally the .com discussion is over…

… well, at least one part of it. As ICANN announced, the Board approved the VeriSign Settlement Agreement. Here’s the full text of the ICANN note and my remarks:

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