What? Dot.org is for sale? An F.A.Q. from RoundTable

What is this is all about?

On November 13th, The Public Interest Registry, the organization responsible for the dot.org and dot.ngo domains, announced that it had been sold to private equity firm, Ethos Capital.

Here is that announcement

OK, so what?

Back in June of this year (without much fanfare), ICAAN (see glossary below) removed the price caps on dot.

Employee Spotlight: Nick Knowlton

My official title is VP of Business Development which means that I am responsible for all aspects of Sales & Marketing here at RoundTable.

What do you ACTUALLY do at our company?

Develop sales & marketing collateral, prospecting, write proposals, define our service offerings, contract review & whatever else necessary to WIN more business!

Employee Spotlight: John McNamara

How did you start your career in IT?

At 18 Years old, I joined the Air Force under the Cyber Communications division.

Things I keep on my desk: Headphones, wallet, flashlight, Almonds, ear muffs, sunglasses, BBQ sauce, Shampoo.. (how did this get here) light-bulbs, and 3 Pokemon cards. Don’t forget the chapstick.

Employee Spotlight: Evan Desjardins

I’m the Founder and CEO, so I make sure that the bills are paid, I develop leaders (we have some great ones!) and put them in positions to take responsibility and flourish in their roles, and I paint a vision for where we want to go as a company and empower the team to make it happen. I’m also the main cheerleader for RoundTable because I can brag about our team in a way that nobody else can. They’re the best