PCNames.com is a nice, AJAXish domain checking tool. It will show you the availability of a domain name on .com, .net, .org (and a couple of others) instantly, as you type. There’s a “Whois” button next to every taken result as well to get more information.
I am one of the regular user and lover of Flickr and Del.icio.us services. Whenever I am working of these web applications, I used to feel the need of some simple changes in them.
You can now order C.S. Bernays’ Google-inspired paintings exhibited in Hamburg earlier this year.
(Non-US countries can be selected from the top-right navigation on Kunstkopie.de.)
[Thanks Rolf Horst!]
The memo however also calls Nick a “hellishly funny writer,” stating “he’ll go on from this to grander things in the Valley.”
Gabe Rivera of news aggregator Techmeme says, “if your blog or news article sends a moderate level of traffic to one of my sites, it will be evaluated for inclusion.” He adds “Linking certainly doesn’t guarantee you’ll appear, since all posts are run though the usual tests for newsworthiness.” Shelley Powers comments:
In other words, if you puff up Gabe Riviera’s empire, giving it lots of Google rank, as well as do all the marketing for him (...) you might be able to ’buy’ your way into being listed. That is, if you’re ’newsworthy’ enough.
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