Thursday, May 1, 2008

Cool Enough for the Dot Com

In the 1990's, I watched Dot Com bubble grow and grow. I always viewed it as a spectator, never as a participant. I worked for Intel, a hardware company, no Dot Com there. Next, I went to grad school, no Dot Com there either, though there were lots of bills. Then, I started the real estate thing, no Dot Com there either, though there were lots of broken toilets.

After Dot Com wasn't even all that cool anymore, I tried to join into the Dot Com party with this blog. But my Dot Com dreams were squashed, when all I could get was

Here it is the 1st of May in the year 2008 - good 15-20 years after the Dot Com phenomenon began. I have finally joined the revolution.
is now

Yes, it's true. I own a Dot Com domain. With that and a quarter I can make a phone call to tell someone who cares. Since I can't find a pay phone anymore, I am telling you on this blog.

So that you don't loose your link to all of our stupendous (or sedating) tales, I kindly ask that you update your bookmarks (if you have this page bookmarked) and update any links you have to this page (if you have a website of your own).

That is life in the stroller lane. Lots of Love.

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