In Qatar they must know something about .LY one would think. And yet, for an event stuffed with big UN names etcetera they only went for a decent web-site, wise-qatar.org. Well, at least their technical stuff managed to secure wise-qatar.com, while wiseqatar.* went to squatters. Next time, it is time to think wise.ly indeed.
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Featured in July this year on TechCrunch, Brizzly is a simple way to experience the social web, a wide.ly promised Twitter Reader from the same people who developed Google Reader. They say, it is coming soon from Thing Labs. Twitter is a phenomenon indeed, which Europeans still do not fully understand. It gave birth do […]
Latvian based Double Coffee offers top quality cafeterias all over the Eastern Europe. Their jingle, “Double Coffee – brewed properly” is simple yet memorable: Little can be added to this brand, as the company is featuring itself on the Internet under all possible DoubleCoffee.tlds. And yet, one can wonder, why would no one utilise the […]
Exact.ly a year ago, lone.ly was put on an auction after my initial bid. That time, I though, lone.ly was about a dating site, so I opted out. In fact, it turned out to be quick.ly made few hundreds bucks by a guy, Carol McGregor, who bought it just one week prior to the auction, […]
Photo Me, an international provider of mobile photo booths, went for “Instantly Yours” theme (read the original article on .ME of course). Let’s turn on a bit of creativity, and allow us to come up with: InstantlyYours.com and Instantly-Yours.com Instantly.com Instant.ly Instant.ly/Yours So, which one do you like the most? The shorter it is – […]