After 1.5 years away from the industry and roughly 7hr travel, I'm back in Rust.Its situated near the German / French border, 230km South for Frankfurt. Pretty much nothing near it. Rural, you would say.Why would the world's largest cloud event, Cloudfest (ex-WHD), choose Rust as a venue ?You see, Rust is also home to
It will, you know. At some stage, whether in life or work, the sh*** WILL hit the fan. When something affects your clients, you can either panic and run away (aka ignore it), or take a deep breath and take control. By take control, I don’t mean try and brush the dirt under the carpet.
You’re driving along and you see a nicely branded van. Very clear messaging, lovely graphics and you know exactly what the service is. There’s even a domain name! And then, there it is, the ever-present abomination that is the @gmail address. Instant fail. Why? Why in the name of all the deities (if
“And how long have you been working here?” was the comment from smart alec Tony in work :-D Touché Yes, that IS my day job but this domain was one from my personal inventory. I’ve always liked domains. I’ve regularly bought them but rarely sold any of my own. Actually, I’ve NEVER sold one of my
We keep hearing that the problem with .com is that all the “good”, aka short, names are gone. In a marketplace that has limited “stock”, being the holder of such domains is great. But does this apply to the new gTLDS ? Yes, having coupon.codes or golf.clubs in your portfolio would be great but is
This morning I posted a photo on Twitter of a lego minifig, attached to my desk’s sideboard using Sugru. It’s something that I saw recently, and just copied :-D The reason for this post isn’t so much to rave about the 2 products, which i really like, but more to do with the ripple effect that one tweet can have.