HootSuite has compiled a handy diagram on .Ly traffic We’ve mapped out the relationship between the Libyan domain name servers and the rest of the Internet in an infographic to help clear up any confusion about how data travels from servers to your screen.
Archive for April, 2011
Intel is presenting its the Second Generation Intel Core Processor Family under jingle “Visibly Smart”.
After being down for amost three days, Libyan Spider is fully back online. SoftLayer has at last realised they did a mistake by shuting down services of an innocent Libyan company. Wishing all our Libyan friends all the issues been resolved soon in their country and beyond. Below goes official statement from the compan’s CEO.
Friendly Poster, a new photo service is pretty hot on Facebook these days. They could use friend.ly of course, though that site is already taken by another Facebook hit.
Amid the political reasons, some popular informative bits of the .ly infrastructure were not available for few weeks outside the country. From now on, NIC.ly (.LY registry) and LTT.ly (Libya Telecom & Technology) are back online and accessible anywhere in the world.