We’re happy to announce that we’ve open-sourced two projects last week: Delphin and its sibling, Delphin Bootstrap. Delphin powers get.blog, a site we built for a smooth registration of .blog domains. Delphin Bootstrap is a portable development environment for Delphin — it makes getting Delphin up and running easy on any operating system.
One of Delphin’s main goals was to simplify the process of registering and managing a domain. We’ve focused on the user experience, trying to avoid as much industry jargon as possible, while keeping in mind that purchasing a domain is just the first step in the journey toward a larger goal, like telling a story or selling products.
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I couldn’t come to Vegas and not try Burgr by Gordon Ramsay.
Overall, I’m happy we went, the burgers are delicious and the prices reasonable.
It doesn’t beat the best, but easily lands in my top five of all times. The main downside is that a great burger has to pack all his qualities into a format small enough to wrap, take away, and eat with one hand.
Being served on a plate is a red flag in my book. Special mention to the bun though, really good.
I know quite a few travelers who always travel with a carry-on bag, and I see even more during my trips.
Whether the purpose is to save time at departure or arrival by not having to check-in and wait at the baggage claim, or to fight the fear of losing your stuff, you should know that this is not free; it comes at a cost, and that cost is my time (and the time of everyone else who did check a bag).
By bringing all your stuff with you, you slow down the security checks, slow down boarding procedures, and slow down everyone when leaving the plane.
On today’s planes where as many passengers as possible are squeezed, it’s obviously impossible for everyone to carry their bag.
As a result, those who do are saving time at the expense of those who don’t.
Airlines should charge for carry-ons, not for checked-in luggage.
I’ll be flying to Las Vegas tomorrow morning, to attend and sponsor NamesCon.
For many of us, there is never a good enough reason to go to Vegas…except for the latter part of January when our good friends, Richard Lau and his team, put on one of the best domain industry events of the year. For four full days, NamesCon brings together the biggest names in the domain […]