Buy a TLD

It’s been quite a while (July 2008) since I blogged about why you should ‘forget domains, buy a tld‘ but inspite of all the drama that surrounds the new extensions process at ICANN, there does seem to be a LOT of movement in this aspect. While it would cost quite a bit ($400,000+) to start … Read more

Google to take on Online Scammers

Well, not all, but just the ones who use their brand to promote ‘google money’ etc. “Use Google to Make 1000s of Dollars!” or “Easy Cash with Google: You Could be Making up to $978 a Day Working from Home!” You may have seen offers like these using Google’s name or logo that sounded too … Read more

Good Enough Tech

Read a really interesting article in Wired regarding dumbed down low cost tech products which are quickly overshadowing their quality led siblings in terms of sales figures. Actually the Chinese figured this out a couple of decades ago, why they are pretty much at the forefront of anything that requires mass manufacturing. This has also … Read more

The Great American Snowe Job

A new bill currently seeking passage in the US senate is trying to surreptitiously change the face of the domain industry and extend American ‘ownership’ on the web. You and me stand to lose any domain we own, developed, undeveloped, tm-ed, non-tm-ed, geo and generic… I kid you not. Be prepared to protect or lose … Read more

iPhone – A Quantum Leap in Human Technology

Steve Jobs of Apple, Inc announced the launch of the iPhone. Everyone agrees that the phone looks great, has sufficient nextgen features to make it ‘desirable’ and are ready to buy it, as soon as it is available for everyone. Jeff Ventura at Graceful Flavor has written a fabulous, analytical post on the iPhone that … Read more