Slashdot is running a story about Google being an ICANN-approved domain registrar now. This in theory opens up the possibility that Google could offer a domain registrar service like GoDaddy.com (which is who I currently use).
With how successful Google is and how well the design their sites like Gmail, I would put serious consideration into switching registrar’s to Google if the price per year is right.
It is odd feeling that I really came out ahead today.
First off, I had insane success shopping at Kohl’s today. Not intending to buy anything, I came home with two sweaters and two long sleeved polo shirts for a total price of $31. I stumbled across an 80% rack and I couldn’t resist. After all, an average price of just above $8 is too little to pass up when I really needed some new shirts for work.
Katie and I did a lot of cleaning during the late afternoon and evening. Specifically, my car had it’s quarterly cleaning. Looks very nice. Then we did the normal chores around the condo and did some laundry.
Then I did some reading.
A cool little writeup by Rick Hallihan about what a Windows Server, Home Edition should be like. I must say, I have to agree with just about all of his points. That would be a nice killer centerpiece for the digital home.
Wonder who would come out with something like this first and more importantly, do it right. Apple or Microsoft?
Just got a pair of Sox tickets! Cincinnati Reds vs. Boston Red Sox, July 15th, 2005 at 7pm!
Best part, the tickets are in the grandstands (under the roof) right behind home plate. That is where I sat for Game 3 of the 2004 ALDS. Amazing seats.
Never saw an interleague game in person. This is going to be fun
My respect for Tom Brady continues to grow by the day.