It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything meaningful on any subject, let alone domaining. So where am I? At one time, I would have categorized myself as a semi-pro domainer. At my peak, I owned around 2300 domains and was earning a healthy multiple in revenue – primarily from parking. The bulk of my […]
I just returned from my second trip to Las Vegas in 2010. This Vegas isn’t the Vegas I used to love. The sandwich, a $20 or $50 sandwiched between your credit card and drivers license depending on length of stay, used to secure a decent upgrade from your friendly front-desk clerk. A hundy would put […]
For all the cool kids with both iPhones (or any GSM-based phone) and a Google Voice (previously GrandCentral) account, forward your unanswered calls to Google Voice to receive the voicemail and a transcript in your email account. Step 1: On you iPhone (or any GSM-based phone), pull up the keypad and type the following, substituting […]
Wow, I didn’t realize that the Crazy Horse Memorial has been under construction for 60 years. They just announced a $5 million matching gift and the Crazy Horse Scholarship fund has topped $1 million. You can find more info on the web at http://www.crazyhorse.org/
Great tips at FoundRead on Working the Room at events. In my younger days I neglected the networking aspect of many events, professional and social. Then I smartened up.
I’m keeping tabs of my reading in 2008. I initially thought that 26 books in 2008 would be a decent goal, but here I am 17 days into January and I’ve already taken out over 25% of my goal. Fire Ice – Clive Cussler Polar Shift – Clive Cussler Deep Fire Rising – Jack Du […]