Some don’t know that you can configure custom searches in Chrome. Doing this, you can simply prepend a search with a keyword (like, say, enom) and it will use that search engine. To set the Enom API Catalog as a custom search engine in Chrome: Right click on the Chrome Omni-bar Select ‘Edit Search Engines’ […]
NOTE: I work for Rightside, a domain registry that also has an awesome wholesale business (Enom.com) and a super sweet retail business (Name.com). I purchased all these domains on my own time, with my own money, and hand registered each one. I am not trying to make a mint here, just trying to get rid […]
[This post reprinted from an entry on the Rightside blog.] “What do you do?” This is always a tough one because I know that when I say “technical evangelist,” another question will immediately follow: “What is that?!?!?” As is more and more common in the tech industry these days, “What do you do?” is a […]
Note 1: I was inspired to write this post by a post in the LinkedIn Group “New generic Top-Level Domains (new gtlds)” which I highly recommend. The premise of the post is that, just recently, .PHOTO has more domains on it’s extension that it’s plural counterpart, .PHOTOS Note 2: I work as a Technical Evangelist for […]
[Reposted from an entry on the eNom Blog.] There are a ton of Enom developers out there, all doing cool things with our API. This series will focus on code samples, tools, posts and wrappers written in a number of different languages with a number of different goals. In the coming months, we will look […]
Another day is in the books. First, “How To Start A Business Without Raising Money from Investors”. Good stuff.. Lots of advice on block building, bootstrapping and, yes, borrowing money from family. The Lyfe Kitchen was packed. As always, lots of smart, eager people engaging each other without the sense of competition or isolation.
Oh my. What a day that was. Sorry for the delay. By the end of the post you will see why this didn’t come out last night…. The day started at an Investor talk at Lyfe Kitchen. Great conversations, great breakfast and a TON of people. The discussion ranged from technical business questions to “Should […]
A lot of people have been asking me, “Will these new domain extensions replace dot com?”. I had some trouble answering that until today. I realized the answer is no. See, the new domain extensions create a namespace for brands. You can have kittybooboo.video go to your youtube page. You can have kittybooboo.gives go to […]