Everyone has their thing. Ours is domain names.

Whatever your thing is, your domain name is an important part. We want to make that part better.

  • We stick to what we know best - domains.

    We’ll help you take care of your domains, and be out of the way when you’re on to whatever’s next.

  • You should decide what to do with your domain.

    Point your domain to any service you want. Your domain is always free to go wherever you like.

  • If you have a question, you should get an answer.

    We hate phone trees, too. Whether you like to talk, chat, email or tweet, we’re here for you.

Sometimes big ideas need a little help.

From podcasts to festivals, we’re proud to be patrons of inspiring projects that help fuel the Internet.

  • She++

    Empowering underrepresented groups in technology by dismantling the stereotype that computer science is not a career for women and minorities.


  • Ladies Learning Code

    A Canadian non-profit organization that offers women and youth hands-on learning experiences that are designed to give them the skills and confidence they need to become digital creators.


  • Radiotopia

    A network of talented creators that’s revolutionizing radio by building a collective of the best story-driven shows on the planet.


  • Offscreen Magazine

    Bringing the Internet offline, this independent print magazine brings readers away from the screen to explore the personal stories behind websites, games and apps.


  • Electronic Frontier Foundation

    The leading non-profit organization defending civil liberties in the digital world, including user privacy, free expression, and innovation through impact litigation, policy analysis, grassroots activism, and technology development.


  • Makerbase

    An editable directory that makes it easier to discover the people who created websites, apps, and other digital products.


  • Revision Path

    An interview series dedicated to sharing the stories of Black graphic designers, web designers and web developers.


  • XOXO

    An experimental festival celebrating independent artists and technologists that use the Internet to both make a living and do what they love. Art kissing and technology hugs.


  • The Manual

    This design journal takes a deep dive into the stories, theories and ideas behind web design - rather than just focusing on the technical how-tos.


  • Product Hunt Toronto

    A local community dedicated to discovering and sharing Toronto­-made digital products by hosting demos, keynotes, panel discussions and snacks.



    Sparked by a self-organized social media movement, this yearly holiday party raises sorely-needed funds for a local Toronto food bank.


  • The Day We Fight Back

    A day of protest to end mass surveillance and to protect the online privacy rights of both citizens of America and the world.