Where have I been all day? I've been domain-shopping. It's like this. I had lunch with David Rowan, who's not content with just resuscitating the Jewish Chronicle, he's taking my fundraising in hand too. The conversation goes as follows:
"Look Dina, if you're going to be in The Sun and in You Magazine, that is mainstream, that is lots of people. And not one, not a single one of those readers is going to be bothered to type in bla,bla,bla running shoes dot typepad dot blablabla to get to your fundraising page. You need a domain."
"Ok," I said.
"You go to register.domain.com and you see what's available. This afternoon."
Actually, he did even better than that; later on he sent me a list of some of the available domain names. But men and women shop differently, don't they? So he sent me a list, and all I had to do was choose one, right? But I end up in the world of domains (by the way, it's just another, more accessible web page, for anybody who's wondering) and I have to browse a bit, I can't just buy the first domain I see.
I'm going back in now, back to domain mall, and I may be some time...