This is the 2nd edition of ADD Domainer, an once-in-a-blue-moon publication about domain names, domainers gone nuts, domain sales, and other non-events from the domainer community.
Our content is meant to stop your attention deficit disorder from kicking in, and hopefully – OMG, did you see that squirrel???
Elliot Silver is auctioning off a bunch of domains on NameJet, including Condone.com and TreeHugging.com. Give his domain auctions a hug.
Bill Sweetman has rescued Oliver Stone’s domain, OliverStone.com, by investing $1,500 at a NameJet auction. Will he star in Oliver’s new movie, “Natural Born Domain Ninjas” – we aren’t sure.
ICANN is making the life of domainers more difficult, thanks to a 60-day lockdown upon updating WHOIS information. Luckily, at Uniregistry, Name.com and eNom you can opt out – but did you know I like peanut butter and Nutella sandwiches?
Scammers from a malware-serving domain called DomainCop.net are sending out threatening emails about your domain. Konstantinos at OnlineDomain smacked those phucksticks around with a Greek octopus.
David J. Castello put the drums and the dot .coms aside for a while, and published his first full length novel, The Diary Of An Immortal (1945-1959) – here is a synopsis if you have ADD: “Man becomes immortal, writes diary, eventually dies. THE END.”
Mike Mann stopped posting stuff about the US elections, finally, opting instead for such gems: “Appraisals are the only thing that matters in the premium domain name market space; any names priced too high never sell and drain a hole; names too cheap drain a bigger hole; have to be done just right or you eat it.”
Chinese domain sales are way way down, and the Chinese government wants to rate everyone’s online activities, so watch out if you buy domains that contain vowels or the letter “V”. I bet you didn’t know what “six figures” means in China.
Well, crap, we ran out of time. Have a nice Phriday, until next time make sure you – GOOD LORD, a fire ant!
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