If you’re a hockey fan, you’ve probably enjoyed the last week. Same goes if you’re a tennis fan, too. I happen to enjoy watching both (and playing tennis), and there’s been a lot of action on tv the couple of weeks with the NHL playoffs and the French Open.
It’s been a nice weekend so far, although I won’t bore you with the details. Here are a few Sunday updates for you.
- There’s been a good discussion on NamePros about brandable domain names. It seems like this is a topic that always produces a good discussion, and the nice thing about it is that nobody is really wrong. I don’t generally invest in brandable domain names, but I do know that people are making money from them.
- There are now just 5 tickets remaining for the NameJet and Afternic sponsored domain investor meetup in Boston. If you are interested in attending, let me know ASAP. It’s going to be a good crowd, including people from Afternic, NameJet, Igloo, Sedo, Enom, and a couple other companies, in addition to independent domain investors.
- I was going to mention that DNS is now allowing buyers the chance to use a payment plan for their purchases, but Mike covered it.
- First quarter estimated taxes are due a week from tomorrow. If you run a small business, you’ll probably need to pay estimated taxes soon.
don’t forget the NBA final right now!!
@BullS – Did you mean NSA final right now? 🙂
Stop screwing with my mind.
I am very serious when comes to our NAtional Security.
So you like tennis…
Are you tall enough to see over the net?
It’s almost like we’re friends.
Don’t forget baseball! Just came back from the Blue Jays game today!
Just got into tennis this year and boy is it tough.
It’s a lot of fun and a great workout, but it’s going to be awhile before I get the technique right.
Happy tennis playing.
Hi, I really enjoyed the victory of Panathinaikos over Olympiakos these past 3 days, for those who are fans of european bsketball.
I like both hockey and tennis. . .
I’m excited about an upcoming development plan for Puckville. . .
My mother still plays tennis and she’s 70+ years old. . .
~Patricia – Ohio USA