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ICANN Dublin

ICANN Dublin

Once again I’ll be heading off overseas to meet up with a gathering of individuals that are entirely immersed in the world of domains. This time my trek leads me to the fair land of Ireland and a people that seem to sing their words rather than speak. This is a fact that my wife absolutely loves about the Irish!

So after a short hour or so visit to Dubai and twenty-four hours in a flying tin can I’ll arrive in Dublin. After surveying the conference agenda, the first thing that has struck me about ICANN is the crazy number of acronyms. I’m a programmer and also a private pilot and let me assure you that ICANN has managed to surpass even these two noble pursuits with the number of abbreviation they inflict on everyone.

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A classic example is on Sunday. I’m trying to work out whether I should go to the GAC, ICG, RySG-CEO TLDs, GNSO or ALAC sessions? Of course there is always the ccNSO or ccNSO SOP or BC-BRG as options as well. Seriously???? It looks worse than my kids texting their friends!!! I must admit that there is one session that looks particularly good…..”lunch break” J

So why am I going to be attending ICANN? It’s really simple, ICANN is a place where business gets done. It’s full of potential ParkLogic clients and the information that you can pick up from talking to individuals is nothing short of brilliant.

Like any organisation, it will take some time to get to know the ropes but this isn’t my first and I know a lot more people who attend ICANN than I did a few years ago. It will be great catching up with them to find out how many of the rapid changes to the Internet over the last 12 months are impacting their own businesses.

In the meantime, I’d better go and pack otherwise I’ll miss my flight….see you all there!

Cheers!

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Michael Gilmour has been in business for over 32 years and has both a BSC in Electronics and Computer Science and an MBA. He was the former vice-chairman of the Internet Industry Association in Australia and is in demand as a speaker at Internet conferences the world over. He has also recently published his first science fiction book, Battleframe.

Michael is passionate about working with online entrepreneurs to help them navigate their new ventures around the many pitfalls that all businesses face. Due to demands on his time, Michael may be contacted by clicking here for limited consulting assignments.

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Guest - Simon Cousins on 16 October 2015
See you in Dublin!

Hey Michael, will be great to see you in Dublin! Do yourself a favour and ignore pretty much every session and just stick to.the corridors See you there (here)!

Simon Cousins, Allegravita

Hey Michael, will be great to see you in Dublin! Do yourself a favour and ignore pretty much every session and just stick to.the corridors :) See you there (here)! Simon Cousins, Allegravita
Edgevaderpro on 18 October 2015
Colin

Looking forward to seeing you. Again!

Looking forward to seeing you. Again!
mgilmour on 28 October 2015
RE:Colin

We were like ships passing in the night......need to catch-up at NamesCon :-)

We were like ships passing in the night......need to catch-up at NamesCon :-)
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