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Professional Web Hosting and eCommerce
Fri, 11 Apr 2008 16:03:36 +0000
Professional web hosting and eCommerce offers are constantly increasing. It’s directly the result of one of the fastest growing sectors of the Internet that is eCommerce.
People are becoming accustomed to buying things from Internet store fronts and every year the volume and value of sales increases substantially.
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Dialpoint Stock Soars after Two Key Hosting - Telecom Acquisitions
Mon, 04 Feb 2008 19:47:00 -0400
I noticed that Dialpoint Communications Corp (OTCBB: DLPC) completed two acquisitions in January;
The first: Acquisition of Hostigation (Timothy Flavin), an asset transaction where the owners accepted 333,334 shares of Dialpoint stock. This stock has already increased 5 to 20 times (depending how you interpret the agreements) since the deal was inked.
The second: Acquisition of Brian's Computer Center, the press release stated “…the Company will issue unregistered shares of its common stock equal in the amount of 107,843 shares. The certificates representing the shares of common stock will bear restrictive legends.”
Dialpoint has a market cap of $38.6 million.
Am I impressed? Peeling back the onion...
- Dialpoint has 13.3 million shares outstanding - thats a lot.
- The Hostingation deal has a value of $50,000 at closing...a tiny deal
- The Brian’s Computer deal value looks like it was $170,000...another tiny deal.
- The stock increased from $0.51 on 1-17-08 to $2.90 today...thats a big gain.
- Dialpoint President Billy Radford ownes 11.25 million shares...Can you say $32.6 million?
- Over the last two weeks an average of 3,000 shares/day were traded...why bother.
If this was a deal put before one of my clients I would highly suggest we conduct extensive due-diligence prior to accepting a deal like this.
In these deals there is NO cash. The sellers probably cannot be liquid for at least 12 months, and with the current float it would be extreamly hard to sell the shares.
If you are selling your business I would tell you only to take stock as a small percentage from firms that are similiar to Dialpoint. The stock should be the upside - not the whole banana.
Other than the press releases and a couple of SEC docs I could find out almost nothing about Dialpoint. I will however admit they have been very successful in getting thousands of these two press releases pasted all over the Internet.
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SixApart, WordPress and 37Signals Support OpenID; Why Not 1&1 and GoDaddy?
Wed, 07 Mar 2007 12:09:00 -0400
I've been reading a lot about OpenID, a free, decentralized framework for managing digital identities. You start with an URI (think of it as a master username) and store your password and other creditials with an OpenID provider. You can then log into any OpenID enabled service with your URI. The service will fetch whatever credentials it needs from your identity provider.
Simon Willison wrote a great post on cool things you can do with OpenID. My favorite is restricted single sign on. Simon suggested that if everyone in an organization had "username.internal.example.org" OpenIDs, all internal apps behind the firewall could be configured to grant automatic access to such users. This eliminates the hassle of creating/deleting accounts on each service for incoming/departing employees. Couldn't GoDaddy use a similar method to apply the same logins across its many services?
I'm also intrigued by Kai Hendry's comment that maybe OpenID can be used for brokering payments. This would allow access pass holders to view content, download songs, etc across multiple sites. Not that this technology isn't already available, but OpenID would save subscribers from having to keep track of different logins for different networks.
Anyway, Microsoft announced last month that it would make Windows Cardspace interoperable with OpenID. A couple of weeks later, AOL announced its support as well. SixApart is in (in fact, OpenID creator Brad Fitzpatrick also developed LiveJournal, and is SixApart's chief architect). And Digg. And ImageShack, WordPress, Technorati, SmugMug, 37Signals...
Recently I signed up for isabel.wang.name as my OpenID through FreeYourID (which I read about on TechCrunch). If nothing else, they managed to sell me a .name domain. My question is, why isn't 1&1 in this market as well?
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