Web hosting is, generally speaking, a critical element to your online endeavors. It allows us to get our website out and to the masses with little to no fuss, it can keep our emails churning, and it can even better the quality of our lives. However, up until now you may have been unaware of […]
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With the rise of gTLDs (generic Top Level Domains), I thought I would begin an intermittent series of crystal ball readings on what the new .com revolutions of the 2-year to 15-year future may look like. As I wrote a few weeks back, .family is already in the pipeline for 2013. (I hope to purchase […]
Indiegogo, Charity, Art, Revenge… “Artevengity?” My first exposure to charitable crowdfunding was Matthew Inman’s (the Oatmeal) campaign to finance his counter attack to a $20,000 lawsuit from FunnyJunk using the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo. “I’m hoping,” writes Inman in his description of his project “that philanthropy trumps douchebaggery and greed.” It seems it did. He […]
My wife inherited a few baby chickens. We needed a coop. Looking for chicken-coop plans, I instead found farmer-hoster Simon, who hosts and creates web sites for a particular breed of small farmers. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Farmers. Simon the farmer is part of a land-use revolution developing online. “The Real Dirt on Farmer John” […]