I’m back with another Rudy’s bulletin adventure, and today’s find is a lively new top-level domain( new TLD) usage to go along with a few breakfast tacos and a cup of sweet tea goodness to wash it down.
I’m back with another domain discovery, and this time it’s a real estate domain using the .forsale new top-level domain extension.
I was driving east bound on Anderson Mill Road in Northwest Austin on my way to get a haircut.
I tend to be very observant of my surroundings while driving, on the lookout for domains being advertised on vehicles, billboards, and buildings.
As I was making a left turn at the intersection of Anderson Mill Rd and Parmer Rd to head Northbound towards Toll Road 45, my eye quickly made out Keller Williams and what looked to be a .forsale domain name advertised via a yard sign.
It’s hard to believe our oldest son will begin school this upcoming year.
Five years has flown by and many memories have been made, especially with the addition of his 3 year-old brother and 1 year-old sister.
With time flying by, I’m taking advantage of every opportunity to cherish, enjoy, and relish in the their moments.
Before long, they’ll all have graduated and striking out into the world to make a sizable and lasting societal contribution, fulling God’s purpose for their lives.
Most churches deem this their “Super Bowl” Sunday in terms of attendance, having an uptick in guests since most opt to attend church with their families this special day of worship.
When you’re into domains as much as I am, then you tend to value and study the use of all sorts of domains — no matter your preference.
As most know, I started this blog primarily because I often filter the world through my daily interactions and discovery of domain names used by all walks of life.
One of the things I cherish most about the domain industry is the various, diverse relationships that make up the industry. Talk about all walks of life. We, the domain industry, are that and more.
If you’re fortunate enough to move or live in Central Texas for an extended period of time, then you’ll become quite familiar with a term not as common to the rest of the US: Cedar Fever. ?
What’s interesting is that I didn’t suffer with Cedar Fever or any sort of allergies until being here in Austin for nearly seven (7) years.
It was as if someone flipped a switch, then I became allergic to everything under the sun, specifically Cedar. ?
From November to March of each year, “The Austin Plague” sideline a number of new and longtime Austinites.
In fact, Cedar Fever is so bad here in Austin that there are days that the trees appear to be on fire because of how thick their pollen is when bursting into the air. ?
Plume after plume of cedar fill the air like a wildfire’s smoke plumes. Some days it limits line of sight for flying and driving occasionally.
I drink all sorts of tea, but mostly English Breakfast is my go-to tea, also known as premium black tea.
From time to time, I stumble upon churches making good use of domains to promote their church and share their ministry with the world.
This past weekend, I was invited to sit on a panel at my church, MosaicChurchAustin.com. Mosaic hosted Every Nation’s 2018 Conference here in Austin March 2-3.
We’re all impacted, whether positive, negative, or in between, by the media in which we consume and produce. No matter how small or large our platforms, we’re all producing and consuming media powerhouses.
I was reminded of these very thoughts as I strolled by a poster tacked to a Rudy’s Bulletin Board on my way to consuming some breakfast taco goodness. ?