My Favorite Domain Name

Is A Domain Name I”ll Never Be Able To Use

The early 2000’s the Internet Marketers were busy, stretching the limits of what was possible for online marketers…. I was one of those marketers.

I had published my first book 52 Secrets My Mom Never Told Me About Internet Marketing and 50 plus multimedia ebooks. The strategy at the time was to purchase individual domain names for each product you had to sell.  This made it easy to duplicate sales pages for a product and kept the distractions for buyers to a minimum.

It also meant we purchased as many keyword rich domain names as we could. Names like:

  • ( I sold that one)

… and my favorite

I still own It was purchased in 2003.  At the time there were only a handful of “for dummies” books, all in physical  print form.  I figured that this internet stuff would take off so I registered thinking that I’d write a book for them… (no I never did).

The domain currently points to one of my servers, but there’s no site there.  The couple times I’ve tried to post a site I quickly get a letter from Wiley Publishing the owner of the “for dummies” brand.

Yes it’s a cease and desist letter 🙂

So here I am 15 years later, the owner of a really cool domain name….

That I’ll never be able to use.

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The next version of the SKYPE software is going to include the ability to record your audio/video/screen share calls.

Previously a separate app was required to record calls. They are generally clunky and don’t always work the way you expected,  Most importantly the quality of the audio captured was rough.   This week there was a beta version shown with the recording feature included.

Digital Downloads just reported…

Recording calls in Skype is something that a large body of users have wanted for some time and for many it’s been a puzzle why it’s a feature that has only been available to Skype Business users. To get around that lack of functionality, a number of third-party options have sprung up. We certainly have our favorite ways of recording Skype calls, but with a built-in recording function, they become less of a necessity.

When implemented, the call recording function will be triggered by a single button press and all parties within the call — whether video or voice-only — will be notified that it is being recorded. As The Verge highlights, all video and voice streams will be incorporated into the same recording, so if the person recording wants the video streams to be separate, they may need to do that themselves in later editing.

The Skype recording feature is set to be rolled out to users all over the world by the end of July and is part of several major updates Microsoft is making to the service. Read receipts for instant messages was the most recent addition and a recent Insider build showed off the new look and customization features that the VOIP client will soon have. In a plan to compete with the growth of livestreaming platforms like YouTube and Twitch, Microsoft is also adding a “Content Creator” mode, which will make it possible to integrate video from tools like Xsplit, Wirecast, and Vmix into Skype.

What does this mean?

Our Digital Exhaust Course shows you how to create profitable courses just by capturing what you’re already doing.  Once Skype does come out with these new features creating Online Courses for your LearnDash Campus is going to be wayyy easier.

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