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  • mgilmour created a new blog post, Skunk works and visions
    About eighteen months ago I started writing a series of episodes for a science fiction website that I started. Over time this grew into a manuscript of 106,000 words and this week a lot of the final pieces of publishing my first novel finally f ...
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  • I was speaking with a client that had been with ParkLogic for many years and they asked me to conduct a complete review of their portfolio. Without giving away too much about who the client is I thought that I ...
    5 days ago
  • mgilmour posted a comment on What a CATastrophe!
    Melissa, you bring up another important point.....saying thank you. When I think about it, there is the almost lost art of being polite that is actually really special.
    7 days ago
  • mgilmour posted a comment on What a CATastrophe!
    My grade 5/6 teacher used to say, birds of a feather flock together.....
    7 days ago
  • mgilmour posted a comment on What a CATastrophe!
    Kan, it's great to see you here and comment on this article. It means a lot.
    7 days ago
  • mgilmour posted a comment on What a CATastrophe!
    Thank you Kassey!
    7 days ago
  • mdafni posted a comment on What a CATastrophe!
    Too often our need to be right, or appear to be right takes precedence over everything else. Just like saying thank you, an apology can have a huge impact. Great post Michael. This point reaches far.
    7 days ago
  • posted a comment on What a CATastrophe!
    You are the company you keep.
    7 days ago
  • posted a comment on What a CATastrophe!
    So, you offer tuna to 'Pepper', your cat, and a lousy apology to 'Cougar', the forum jaguar?A steak would'e been nice!Seriously, I don't have enough information to comment on prior topic, the fight, so I abstain from that. However, I like the writing
    7 days ago
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  • posted a comment on What a CATastrophe!
    Saying sorry is not weak at all but a liar who sticks to a lie shows there weakness in there own character and it is he who is the weak one as the truth will set you free except for Jillian assange we were all told as kids tell the truth and you won'
    7 days ago
  • posted a comment on What a CATastrophe!
    Saying sorry is one of the hardest things in life. For this reason you have my vote.
    1 week ago
  • mgilmour created a new blog post, What a CATastrophe!
    The other evening my wife Roselyn and I went out for a bike ride. We left the door to the garage open and upon returning I made sure that I closed it so that it didn’t bang with the wind in the middle of the night. Around lunch time ...
    1 week ago
  • Just finished the final draft of my novel! Hooray! it's been an incredible journey. It's now in the hands of a few readers to provide feedback prior to publishing.... :-)
    1 week ago
  • Like any industry where buying and selling is involved there is a potential arbitrage gap between what the seller is generating and what the buyer can potentially earn once a transaction is complete. This can dramatically change the return on t ...
    1 week ago
  • I've locked the comments on "My Apology to Donna at DBR" as they began to get vindictive and to be quite blunt.....not very nice. I honestly didn't expect this....let's all move on.
    1 week ago
  • mgilmour posted a comment on My Apology To Donna at DBR
    Good idea Kevin!
    1 week ago
  • hawkeye posted a comment on My Apology To Donna at DBR
    Mike, you note -""I also wasn't trying to make Donna look petty at all. I think that she does a wonderful job with DBR. I just wanted to apologise and then let everyone know at DBR why I wasn't around."" ""I just wanted to reassure you and other DBR
    1 week ago
  • posted a comment on My Apology To Donna at DBR
    Your begging is truly sad, get on with your life. You are looking like less of a man by rambling on.
    1 week ago
  • posted a comment on My Apology To Donna at DBR
    Donna is a legend in her own mind. She gains power over insecure people whose sole self-esteem is based on acceptance to her petty little club. FUCK Donna and all of the whores and Rick-Schwartz exiles, vermin, cybersquatters and crooks she attracts.
    1 week ago
  • mgilmour posted a comment on My Apology To Donna at DBR
    Donna, it's great to see you're comment here. You are always welcome here. I actually called a number of times and left one message...I don't like leaving lots of messages. I would like to reiterate.....I was wrong, you were right. As I said in my ar
    1 week ago
  • posted a comment on My Apology To Donna at DBR
    Like other domain bloggers, who have been banned, you are now liberated....Please feel free to "blog" as you wish now.....
    1 week ago
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  • mgilmour posted a comment on My Apology To Donna at DBR
    Phil, You raise a good point. I actually tried to do it in private but wasn't having my calls returned. I also wasn't trying to make Donna look petty at all. I think that she does a wonderful job with DBR. I just wanted to apologise and then let ever
    1 week ago
  • posted a comment on My Apology To Donna at DBR
    Just moo but this is probably best done in private not where it gets indexed in domaining.. Even though it's an apology it slants the article to make Donna look petty... And as you know that's not the case she just protects the dbr and spends hours o
    1 week ago
  • posted a comment on My Apology To Donna at DBR
    Besides,....do you really wanna be part of any club that would have yourself as a member
    1 week ago
  • mgilmour created a new blog post, My Apology To Donna at DBR
    I went and tried to login to the Domain Board Room yesterday and discovered that I’d been banned. I’ve never been banned from anything in my life so this was a new experience and one that caused me to be quite perplexed.   ...
    1 week ago
  • Working on a new series of blog posts.
    1 week ago
  • Hi Michael,There's an old saying that "No good deed goes unpunished.Joe
    2 weeks ago
  • I’ve been in the domain industry for more years that I care to remember and I constantly hear the cry of domain owners claiming that parking companies are defrauding them. So are they defrauding you? I'm actually Parking Company inde ...
    2 weeks ago
  • mgilmour created a new blog post, The Evolution of Domain Parking
    Domain parking is dead and should have been buried a long, long time ago. This is what I see written in domain forums over and over again. I’m left with two questions, “Why hasn’t it died?” and “What’s next?” There are a number of re ...
    2 weeks ago
  • You both are way to kind with your comments. Thank you for your thoughts and I will pass on the "happy birthday's" to Elise!
    3 weeks ago
  • I co-sign Tuplin...Happy Birthday, and many many more to Elise
    3 weeks ago
  • It is by reading posts such as this, I am reminded why you are one of the very few people I look up to and respect in this industry.What has always struck me about you Michael, is that first and foremost you are a human being.Whilst it is fair to say
    3 weeks ago
  • I’ve had a lot of people asking me why I’m not at TRAFFIC in Miami. I’ve been to every TRAFFIC conference for the past 10 years (other than the very first) and I’ve found them exceptional events for developing business. So why aren’t I attendin ...
    3 weeks ago

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