Friday, March 23rd, 2012
Most websites use normal TLDs like .com, .co.uk, or .org.
Legitimate. Normal. Boring. Some websites, like PJs.Cat (launch and patent pending) make use of the noble art of the TLD hack. Google for example owns Goo.gl (with .gl being the TLD for Greenland) and Youtu.be. Perhaps the most famous examples of this include del.icio.us and bit.ly.
You can even have boo.bs! The .cat TLD is under utilised, and the only site I have ever heard of that uses it is nyan.cat.
The Internet is full of cyber squatters, sitting on all the best .com websites, so using a good TLD hack is a great way to get a catchy, interesting, short and unique URL for your website.
If you want to make your own try tldhack.com, though it is not allways 100% accurate, as I found when I tried to register c.at and found there is a 3 character minimum for Austria’s .at domain.
So how did I feel when I finally registered PJs.Cat?
Wednesday, March 21st, 2012
When I put the Beta testing version of my site online, I will need to recruit Beta testers, before going on to accumulate new users. Jeff Atwood announced the launch of Stack Overflow of his blog. Gabriel Weinberg announced the launch of DuckDuckGo in Hacker News. It looks like MLKSHK announced it’s launch from Typepad.
One thing is for sure, when PJs.Cat launches, you will hear it here first.
We are Biding our Time 'till the launch
In the mean time I’ve just created the PJs.Cat Twitter account, so why not follow?
Tuesday, March 20th, 2012
My name is Adjam, and welcome to the official blog for PJs.Cat.
This blog exists to help increase my luck surface area. By following Jeff Atwood’s advice about blogging success I can drum up some interest in my work, before launching. From now on amazing and regular blog posts will be uploaded on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.