I briefly offered a cross-registrar WHOIS client, capable of consolidating results from multiple domain registrars — a service which I believe was the first of its kind, at the very dawn of competitive .com registrars. Service no longer available.
I have completed the webcast and scribe’s notes of the ICANN public meeting held in Berlin, Germany on May 25-26, 1999. Archives
I have completed the webcast and scribe’s notes of the ICANN public meeting held in Singapore on March 2-3, 1999. Archives
I have completed the webcast and scribe’s notes of the first ICANN public meeting, held in Cambridge, Massachusetts on November 14, 1998. Archives
The Berkman Center offers this site to facilitate debate around issues of consensus and dis-sensus, concerning the ongoing process of establishing a new domain name authority.
Discussions at the International Forum on the Whitepaper in Geneva, Switzerland on July 25, 1998 led to meeting notes and minutes:
I served as scribe for Sessions A and F chronicled there, and I organized and preserved others’ notes from the discussion.
IFWP Consensus Summary and Working Drafts Comparison (July – November 1998)
Analysis of community discussions in the International Forum on the Whitepaper, the process that led to the creation of ICANN.
I devised a way to use Trumpet Winsock (then the best-established and most flexible way of connecting Windows computers to the Internet ) with Netcom Netcruiser (then the cheapest nationwide unlimited ISP). Method and instructions (obsolete).