Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Hey, we moved!

You can now find us at

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Network Solutions stealing domains!

It's official, Network Solutions is stealing domain names from its customers (proof here and here).   EVERY domain searched for is automatically registered by the company only seconds later.  That's just one more reason to not trust registrars when you're looking for the perfect domain name.

I want to assure you that Ajaxwhois does NOT send your queries to ANY domain registrar and that we won't steal the domain names you search for.

You're safe with us, how does that feel?

Monday, September 24, 2007

Lower prices on domains and hosting!

Good news! We negotiated lower prices on .COM domains and web hosting! In order to qualify, you must make your purchase through AjaxWhois and use GoDaddy as your service provider.

Here's what we have for you:
  • .COM domains are now just $6.95. (no other purchase required)
  • All domains can be purchased for just $1.99 with any non-domain purchase (ex: web hosting)
  • You now save 10% on your GoDaddy invoice (web hosting, SSL certificates, etc.)
I hope you like saving some dough ;-)

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Maintenance currently underway

I am currently doing some maintenance on the site and it will be down for a few minutes/hours. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Thursday, April 05, 2007

Preferred extensions now persisted across sessions

I just fixed a little bug where custom preferred extensions were lost across sessions. They should now persist for 1 year.

Thanks to Simon Dickson for informing me of the problem.

Monday, February 12, 2007

Out of beta + new feature!

Ajaxwhois is now out of beta! I should have done this a long time ago, but being beta was so web 2.0 that I didn't want to!

After many requests, I have added the ability to edit the Preferred Extensions list so you can add your own. ANY extension you want! .info has also been added in the default list since it was requested so many times.

Thanks for your comments and support, it is greatly appreciated. Keep the feedback coming in!

Friday, February 09, 2007

Why Ajaxwhois is coded in Python instead of Ruby on Rails

For those who missed it, I recently published this article on my personal blog. I think it has some interesting content regarding Python+Django and Ruby on Rails.