Weblog on the Internet and public policy, journalism, virtual community, and more from David Brake, a Canadian academic, consultant and journalist
22 March 2006

Originally uploaded by Central Scrutinizer.

As BoingBoing points out this is a condo developer trying to cash in on the ‘coolness’ of the word. Too bad they didn’t register the domain on their poster (myblog.com).

Incidentally, in the five years I have had this weblog nobody has offered to buy this domain. I have no idea why. By now I figure I might as well keep it (though feel free to make absurdly generous offers!)

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  1. OK, I know it’s an old post, but you are still writing the blog, so what’s considered to be “absurdly generous” when it comes to domain prices these days?

    We see the likes of sex.com selling for millions, but Google.com was a $10 domain not so long back, as was bebo, myspace et al.

    What would be your valuation of blog.org?

    Comment by alan — 31 July 2007 @ 5:00 pm

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