OK, it’s kind of obvious that GoDaddy is getting desperate … after the whole SOPA flap, and their rather abrupt back tracking, I decided that enough was enough … it’s time to move domain registrars.
The first step in moving registrar’s is to remove the transfer lock on the domains … this lock prevents the domain from being transfered to another registrar without your permissions.
When I tried to do this at Go Daddy, I noticed a new bit of text on the dialog …
“Go Daddy opposes SOPA”.
Um … yeah … right.
Sorry guys, but you can’t change your positions that fast.
A lot of my peers are getting active on ‘Professional’ social networking sites … like LinkedIn.
The question I have is: If you worked at a company that went through a number of acquisitions (like I do) … do you list the employment at each company individually from the date of the aquisition … or do you use the date that you started with the first company, but still list the new company?
This is a case of Discover card FAIL followed by a Discover card WIN.
In early December, Bally Fitness sold the bulk of it’s health clubs to LA Fitness.
As you might have heard in local business news, the transfer was not handled very well by Bally or LA Fitness.
Well, to add insult to injury, Bally almost screwed me over.
In late November, they charged my Discover card $240 for my annual renewal … unfortunately, I had never approved the charge.
Our area has never gotten good cell phone coverage. Doesn’t really mater what carrier we used … AT&T or Verizon.
When AT&T announced that it was going to be making “MicroCells” available, I decided to get one … as it would help our cell phone coverage.
The MicroCell has been working fine for more than a year … but, all of a sudden (or so it seemed), it stopped working correctly.
I contacted AT&T and they tried a few things and asked me to try cycling power (unplugging it and plugging it back in). Nothing worked. I asked them to check to see if it was still under warranty … it wasn’t.