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Who's regged domains in 2008 already?

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  1. accelerator United Kingdom

    accelerator Well-Known Member

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    Who's registered domains already in 2008 then? I've just made my first reg's of the year (10pm). I would tell you what they were but some extensions are still available and I might go back for them later.

    Rgds

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    5 for me today. 3 coms, 1 co.uk and 1 info. High £ keyword names.
     
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    2x .co.uk's TurbineEnergy.co.uk hyphenated too

    What do you think ??? Turbine can be Wind, Water, Wave etc so is quite a wide range covered.

    These types of domains will be good ones to have in years to come ;)

    Also just seen some video's (youtube) on a new energy which might be a good direction to go (buying domains) toying with getting domains for that too. :rolleyes:
     
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  5. accelerator United Kingdom

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    Are you hoping this will have high resale value? If so, who to?

    Rgds

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  6. golddiggerguy United Kingdom

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    No, to start with a website to promote turbine manufacturing companies.

    Then to sell on to one of them maybe. (once it is ranked high in Google and other Search engines)

    From somewhere not sure.

    The Government has announced that microgeneration technologies will from April 2008 become permitted development.
    This means householders will be able to take up microgeneration, within sensible limits, without having to apply for planning permission.


    Here's one of the video's i mentioned above ;) Here
     
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    Would microgeneration involve turbines? You'd need a big garden wouldn't you?

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    Turbine = rotary engine that extracts energy & Almost all electrical power on Earth is produced with a turbine of some type

    So Turbines can be any size. ;)
     
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    A fantastic LLL catch for Mr Butler yesterday! Great to let the new year in with, but a terrible example of a big company dropping some old family silver!
     
  10. golddiggerguy United Kingdom

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    Just on the subject of energy- Imagine living next to this crazy B******D (even though I am quite impressed by it)
    And I know he's doing his bit but what if everyone down the street did this?
    Noisy, smelly and hungry ;)

    HERE
     
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    Nice idea and do-able. Just like cooling towers really.
     
  13. accelerator United Kingdom

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    The brilliance of British engineers in their sheds - impressive, but surely he can't be popular with his neighbours.

    Rgds

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    Im afraid I was to busy dancing in a shower fully clothed singing into the jet of water like a mic to register any domains :D
     
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    Hi Mat

    Whateverturnsyouon
     
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    A nice one for sure. I guess the value to them is zero.
     
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    2 x .com expireds

    reasonable 4 letter .coms so I'm happy.
     
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    I must have been asleep didn't notice any LLL.co.uk domains drop yesterday
     
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    Time of posting: Yesterday, 11:16 PM - are you still asleep now? ;)
     
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    Ah that's why I'm not catching anything day behind everyone else.

    Still didn't notice any LLL.co.uk domains drop over last few days
     
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