One month away until opening day for the Red Sox, and I am getting excited. The Sox look strong this year, and if their pitchers are durable, I think they will have a good season. I am still hopeful that they will get a #1 starter since their rotation seems to be made up of a bunch of #3s.
Speaking of the Red Sox, I am thinking about organizing another Fenway Park meetup this Summer, so if that is something that is of interest to you, let me know.
I am in the process of making this site more mobile friendly. I personally don’t mind the way it looks on my iPhone but apparently it’s not compliant enough for Google. I suppose that is the kick in the butt needed to improve the mobile experience.
Chicago Business Journal reported that Donuts “will begin to heavily promote what it’s billing as the Internet’s next phase — the so-called ‘not com’ era — via a new ad campaign titled ‘Freedom of Choice.‘” I am looking forward to seeing the campaign. With its extensive portfolio of new extensions, Donuts is in the drivers’ seat with the new TLDs, and I am eager to see where the company will be promoting its new extensions and how they are being positioned to consumers and businesses.
There is strong domain industry representation at SXSW this year. Companies that have a solid presence at SXSW this year include Sedo, Radix, the .Club Registry, .ME Registry, .CO Registry, and I am sure I am forgetting a few. It’s fun to see how these companies are promoting themselves (ice cream, froyo, and grilled cheese are some examples).
Wired wrote about domain names last week, and Sedo’s Dave Evanson got a nice nod in the article.
Minds & Machines received some good press from Los Angeles Magazine in response to its presence at LA Fashion Week. The Registry is promoting its .Fashion TLD.
I put a bunch of domain names up for sale at NameJet. Many have no reserve price and some have fair reserves. An assortment of the names I listed for sale include the following among others: