My parents have been in town this weekend, so things have been a bit hectic. Here are a few quick Sunday hits, most of which are unrelated to domain names.
– The Javitz Center in New York was packed with exhibitors for the New York International Gift Fair, and it seemed like there was a lot of order taking and very little commiserating about the economy. The scene was much more upbeat than I thought it would be prior to attending. IMO, this is a very good sign, although I am still a bit pessimistic about our economy. If retailers are busy placing orders for the upcoming holiday season, it means the economy may have turned a corner.
– I made a great salmon dinner tonight and wanted to sort of share the recipe. I basically winged it from a memorable dinner I had a few years ago, but I think it tasted just as good. I spread a very light layer of dijon mustard on top of a salmon filet. I then nearly covered it in finely crushed ginger snap cookies. I baked it for about 20 minutes in an oven that was around 350-375. It tasted great.
– I posted an article earlier today in error. I started writing a couple of blog posts for tomorrow, and instead of scheduling one post for tomorrow, I posted it this afternoon, and the domain news aggregation sites picked up the feed. If you got a 404 error, I apologize.
– I have had a few people complain and/or inquire about my blog not having a full RSS feed. It’s not an error, but rather intentional as I want to maximize the value for my blog advertisers. Sorry to those who use iPhones or other devices and are unable to access my feed.