The Patxôhã language, also known as Pataxó Hã-Ha-Hãe, Patashó or Pataxi, means tongue of the Pataxó warrior. It is spoken by the Pataxó people in the states of Bahía and Minas Gerais, Brazil. The very harsh history of this people is an illustration of Brazilian colonization, as it is still practiced today.
Sunday, November 18, 2012
After a brief overview of the history of domain names, both at a technical level and at the level of administration entities, we are going to see in this post how we are moving from an English-speaking Internet to an Internet open to other alphabets and syllabaries.
Saturday, November 3, 2012
Domain names management is an interesting example of scarcity economy, since the resource itself, the fact of linking a domain name to a set of numbers, is virtually unlimited. Why are we still paying for the right to link a domain name to an IP address? This is what we will try to discover through this series of posts about the history of domain names.