Engadget founder Peter Rojas and former editor Ryan Block are launching a new project today called gdgt. The web site isn't a gadget blog, but rather a portal for gadget specs, reviews, and other information as well as a social networking site that lets users create profiles with lists of the gadgets they have, want, or had. If you're not interested in creating a profile and sharing your gadget ...
Jealous of folks who have managed to snag international domain names consisting of nothing but their names? Engadget founder Peter Rojas has roj.as. And WordPress founder Matt Mullenwag has ma.tt. But unless you have an encyclopedic knowledge of domain naming conventions, you might have a hard time coming up with a domain name for your name. DomainFinder can help. Just enter your name or any ...
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