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November 17, 2019 13:23

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Finally upgraded to #WordPress 5.x – with a caveat!

After several weeks of beta testing the new WordPress 5.x we have safely upgraded to the latest version of this popular CMS. We warned domain bloggers about rolling with the new version and with good reason: lots of web sites depending on WordPress reported having issues with the new embedded editor, Gutenberg. During the test […]

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Lowballing investor : The hell with dot .Blog domains!

The upcoming launch of .Blog domains by WordPress makers Automattic, is already creating some huge backlash within the domainer community. Jefferey LaDouche is an enterprising minimal risk domain investor, a title he prefers over the less complimenting “domain lowballer.” The launch of dot .Blog throws one of LaDouche’s most common arguments when he places an […]

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Rick Schwartz : A Domain Christmas Story

A frosty Nor’easter wind was blowing cold air onto the Florida coast; remnants of frost on the ground would barely last after sunrise. It was almost Christmas, and one man laid restless in his large, mahogany bed, rolling every couple of minutes. The Domain King, Rick Schwartz, had reasons to be unable to sleep, and […]

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What happened to Fusible’s Blog?

I have been blogging about domain names since 2007, it’s amazing to think that it has almost been almost 8 years that I have been writing this blog. During that time period I have seen the domain blogosphere grow and change in many different ways. There were the days where Chef Patrick was always making […]

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Come on, Chef Patrick, you can do it!

It’s been 25 months – that’s 2 years and 30 days – since the legendary domainer, Chef Patrick, blogged last. Chef Patrick’s posts covered everything from GoDaddy domains, to couch interviews of sexy debutantes willing to announce the weekly domain news and sales for a small fee. The last post by the Chefster pointed out […]

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Federal government shutdown already affecting Domainers

The Federal government is officially shut-down, and will remain so until the politicians we voted in office come to a consensus over trivial stuff, such as who gets to keep the nuclear codes. Dozens of domain bloggers are being affected by the US government’s failure to constrain its budgetary ambitions and become profitable, just like […]

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