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Be The Crowd Behind Crowdfunding: Support IU.Me!

April 24, 2015

Browsing through Kickstarter projects, we’ve stumbled upon a .Me startup that’s trying its luck crowdfunding. It’s called, it’s set on organizing your social media posts and favorites a little better so your followers can get to them quicker, and it could use a little push from the community – you. is basically a cloud […]Read more…

Why You Should Forget Screenshots And Focus On Blog Posts

April 23, 2015

Couple of days ago I stumbled upon an interesting article by The Next Web. The title itself – “R.I.P. blogging, killed by screenshots” – was enough to draw my attention. In part because I really love blogging and in part because I feared they just might be right. After all, we are living in a […]Read more…

The Advanced Guide To Personal Data Ownership (And Privacy)

April 22, 2015

As information become more and more valuable, privacy becomes a very rare commodity. If you do a quicks search of yourself on or any other such service – or even if you just google your name – you will find out just how much information about you is out there. To prove a point, […]Read more…

DomainingEurope 2015 and my chance to speak about new TLDs

April 21, 2015

I must admit one of the main reasons I am so eager to go to DomainingEurope is the location. Valencia. Last time I was there it was a short and rainy experience but the people, networking and the food were amazing. The other reason is always connected to what I expect to learn. During one […]Read more…

Startup AddVenture: How To Build An Electric Supercar In Your Garage

April 20, 2015

Startup AddVenture, a startup tour that first toured the Middle East with .Me’s own Vuksan Rajković as one of the speakers has just wrapped up its European part of the tour (btw, you can read Vuksan’s recap of the tour here). Today their stop is Zagreb, where their wide array of speakers – experienced entrepreneurs, […]Read more…

I Know, I Know, I’ve Been There: Empathy Spreads Fast Through The Web

April 17, 2015

We talk a lot about how personal the .Me domain is, but we are absolutely amazed and baffled at how incredibly personal and wonderful some of the projects under the .Me domains are. One of the most touching ones is I know I know, a song, a project, a movement that went wiral a while […]Read more…

Do You Fasten Your Seatbelt On The Internet? The Story of Cyber Crime!

April 16, 2015

Some people don’t even fasten their seatbelts while driving, but in most cases this is a habit backed up by strict laws. Now let me ask you: do you behave the same when you go surfing (not in Hawaii, but on the Internet)? According to the 2013 Norton Report, a significant amount of people doesn’t think […]Read more…

What’s In a Name? Just Your Brand, Reception And Possibly, Your Success.

April 15, 2015

If Romeo and Juliette had their little chat on the importance of the name in todays business world, it would go a lot differently. Romeo, Romeo, why art thou Romeo would be followed by a long discussion on branding, brand awareness, and building a long lasting reputation while leaving room for any pivots that might […]Read more…

Silicon Valley: Is The Pied Piper’s Algorithm The Real Deal?

April 13, 2015

Silicon Valley, American television sitcom focusing on the lives of six young people launching a startup (in the Silicon Valley, of course), just premiered it’s season two, and we found an awesome little gem for the show’s fans. To fill you in, the show follows a fictional startup Pied Piper, “A Middle-Out Compression Solution Making Data […]Read more…

You Can Now Run Demanding Programs From Your Mom’s Old Laptop

April 10, 2015

San Francisco based startup Mainframe2 has recently gone through rebranding, with a spanking new name and a pretty awesome domain – it is now called Frame and is available at But lets start from the beginning – what does Frame do? This startup lets you run any software in your browser. Software vendors, businesses, […]Read more…

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