It was a tough night for us in the family. My family has been using Apple computer since 1978. We have never had a pc. I remember being cool in the 70’s, ridiculed in the 80’s, ignored in the 90s, and then cool again in the 2000’s. We are in real tight with a few software manufacturers because we were one of the few businesses using their software in the 80s. I tried to get Steve Jobs’ autograph for 30 years and it is the only person I didn’t get an autograph from on my “people I’d like to have an autograph” list. It was easier getting three Presidents of the United States autographs than his. Apple is and will always be more than just Steve Jobs but they’ll never be the same without him. Now onto the names.
InFL.com You know Florida right? Where New Yorkers go to die.
DealsGuide.com 2004 Birthday.com. With Groupon and Living Social heating up I think this one is cheap at this price. At first I thought dealguide would be better but a guide would have multiple deals.
DealPimp.com Or you could go the pimp route
LandAcquistions.com $5300 valuate. I know, I know that means squat. I like it. NOW it’s worth something
600.org A whole organization devoted to the number 600, beautiful.
XBO.org Three letter dot org. Seem to be reaching $200-$400 There are 15-20 more three letter dot orgs up today.
Rubot.com 1998 Birthday. No bids for this pretty decent 5L to com.
1001MoneyMakers.com It’s a brandable but at least you have an endpoint. Once you reach 1001 you can quit
Androidpads.com I know it is infringing but just pointing it out.
CloudFox.com It has the word cloud in it so it must be worth millions.
Compact.net I think the best way to use this one is for the new trend in compact cars.