Reading Time | 4 Minutes
It’s not very often that I’ve encountered a .co domain.
I own a handful of .co domain names, but most are for the sole purpose of development and nothing more.
.co was once touted as the new kid on the block that every startup would venture to when the .com was taken for the domain they wanted so desired.
There have been many .co sales to occur over the years based on DomainNameSales.co and DNJournal.com.
However, .co came and went, and now .io is the new diamond in rough that cool and hip tech companies are clamoring over when registering a short and easy to brand domain when the .com is not available.
Although .co’s day came and went, it didn’t go out without a bang.
Reading Time | 6 Minutes
As I drove into work the other morning, I was reminded that summer is here.
How? Well, one of the first reasons I knew it was summer was that there were only 5 to 6 cars on my commute.
For the next 3 months, I can say that I’ll have Austin’s traffic beat.
Most of the time, my commute consists of seeing 2-3 school buses, teenage drivers and parents trying to get kids off to daycare and school.
The second reason I knew summer had arrived was that I saw Austin’s Affordable Party Bus, Fly-Rides.com, at the intersection 2769 and Bullock Hollow in route to Volente, which is where I office.
The music was blaring and it looked to be standing room only on the bus. I could make out trunks, bikinis and swimsuits so I know it had to be a high school or college end of school party.
Below is a picture of the bus i snapped on my way home the same day:
Nevertheless, I continued towards the office, envying the party bus of youth in their prime just living up the weekday with a lake party.
As I pulled into Volente, passing the Volente Shore Club, the third reason that let me know summer was here was seeing a white banner with blue text.
Reading Time | 3 Minutes
Before I call it a day and put and end to this work week, I wanted to quickly share a few Austin events for the month of June that are using great domains (in my opinion).
Everyone that lives or visits Austin knows that there are multiple events every weekend, especially since Austin is known as the “Live Music Capital of the World”.
There’s not a weekend that I can think of that Austin runs short on events or things to do.