2016 – The Year of Virtual Reality

My prediction is that 2016 will be the year that virtual reality (VR) finally becomes a major industry. There are many factors at play, all of which will soon come together to make virtual reality ready for mass adoption: 1. In the next few months, Oculus Rift (now owned by Facebook) is expected to launch… Read More »
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Are You In A Bubble?

We live in a magical time. With one click, I can listen to almost any song or album ever made just by paying $9.95/month to Spotify or iTunes. I can view any music video instantly for free with only a simple YouTube search. When I was a kid, I had to spend hours watching MTV… Read More »
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Klarna.com – Buy Now, Pay Later

Do you own a website where people pay by credit card? If so, you may be interested in a new service that could increase your sales. I have no affiliation with this company, I have not tried it myself, and am not endorsing them. I just thought it is something other business owners might be… Read More »
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Thinking Big

Damn that Elon Musk! I create a site solving the mystery of why some women’s shirts get tiny holes in them (ShirtHoles.com); he builds the world’s largest electric car company (Tesla). I create The Fart Name List; he sends rockets into space. And, in his spare time, he is designing Hyperloop (the fastest, most ambitious… Read More »
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Experian Registered ExperianDataBreach.com in 2009 – Conspiracy Theorists Rejoice

Written by Brad Hayes 10/2/15 It seems that even companies that offer data breach resolution services, can find themselves the victim of a massive intrusion by hackers, isn’t it ironic, don’t ya think, a little too ironic… I discovered today that Experian, who unfortunately was the recent victim of an attack that has left 15 […]

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Are All The Good Domains Taken?

Surprisingly, this is a very controversial question. It plays a central part right now in a big lawsuit, where Verisign (they run the .com domain system) is suing XYZ.com (they run the .xyz domain system) and its CEO Daniel Negari for among other things talking badly about .com domains. Verisign specifically takes issue with the… Read More »
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