Friday, August 22, 2014

The .cash Domain Comes Available to Register

A couple of days ago, launched the .cash domain! I've bought quite a few domains from Freeparking over the years. Their service is great!

Now, since it's early days yet, you might be in with some luck in getting domain names you wouldn't otherwise get with domain prefixes .com .net and so forth. I ran a quick check on a few in-demand domain name ideas, and believe you me THEY ARE AVAILABLE in .cash! But please hurry before someone else grabs what you may want to register.

You may already have heard that a massive change on the internet is now taking place, and the new generic top-level domain (gTLD) are changing the face of the internet forever. Steal a march on your competition by registering your .cash domains today. If you already own domains that can do with a .cash domain, the time is now. Go check out, you'll be glad you did.

Best wishes,

Anthony J. Namata

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Hollywood Actor Robin William Comits Suicide

This comes as a major shock to me. Really inconceivable to say the least. Williams was found dead in his Marin County, Calif., home Monday in an apparent suicide. Marilu Henner says the friend she started out in the business with in the late 1970s (Williams on the hit show Mork & Mindy, Henner on Taxi) seemed to be firing on all cylinders.

Williams had asked for her to appear on The Crazy Ones season finale as his ex-wife. He embraced Henner on the set when she arrived and then demanded to see pictures of her family on her smartphone.

"People would be surprised. He seems to 'on' all the time, but he was such a warm, cozy, friendly and loving person," Henner says. "And he was very interested. He wanted to see all of my pictures. He was one of those rare, real and interested people. It makes me cry just thinking about it."

Williams will be appearing in a bevy of upcoming films, including the recently wrapped Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, where he has played Teddy Roosevelt in three chapters of the successful comedy franchise. Read the full article on USA Today.

I for one cannot and will not ever forget his stellar 1993 performance when he starred in the comedy Mrs. Doubtfire as a divorced man who dresses like a nanny so he can see his children. I loved this movie and have really fond memories. May the good Lord rest his soul in eternal peace. Robin, thank you for the legacy, you will be forever remembered.

Anthony J. Namata