As many a webmaster, web-designer, web-entrepreneur knows: You "collect" domain names over the years. This happens almost by accident. You think of a idea, product, or brand - fire up your favourite webregistrar - and *bang* there goes $10 and you've got a new domain.com or .net or whatever. This is fine. Except that very often, very very often, nothing comes of it. It goes onto the "projects backburner" list and never comes off. Well sometimes. And it is always "deleted" - very very rarely will a domain progress beyond the backburner to progress. They just sit there, year after year billing $10 or whatever the renewal fee is - "ah.. one day I'll do this project" you say to yourself - but it never does. So today is clean out day. I've had a few domains in my time, and these two I'm getting rid of today have been with me a while, 10 years - 2004 I just checked the WHOIS for "onewaylinkexchange.com" and l
Showing posts from February, 2016
- Other Apps
I was talking with my brother-in-law about the Nokia Lumia 1020, and remarked about the 10mb image size. I’d zoomed them before, and not really seen any benefit, but this weekend I’d taken some well-lit shots of the kids, and it does actually seem to have some benefit. Here’s the original frame. I could quite easily zoom in several times and still get a good clean image e.g. And taking it too extremes a real close-up face and the ~1mb comparison image. At these levels I probably woundn’t want to have to present these to anyone, but at least the image data is there.