I've been trying all morning to update my website information (hosted by Doteasy) and I cannot establish a connection to change the location at www.fredslocombe.com from Springfield, Illinois to Shoreline, Washington on my home site. This raises the question of whether or not it's of any value to have one's own domain name anymore. Once upon a time it was fashionable, but now it seems like a waste of money to register and maintain a domain on the individual scale.
Most of my domain names are proprietary to where I no longer live. I'm considering gifting them over to people who still live in Springfield, Illinois. I'm sure they would jump at the chance to win www.spfld.net or www.spfld.tv (unfortunately I still have the "SPFLD TV" Illinois license plate. I wonder of the Illinois Secretary of State's office would allow transfer of that license plate ownership too?
It's going to be a while before I can get around to dealing with that just yet. I need to strategize new whole new approach to the Puget Sound area. Should I register yet another domain? Probably not. I can just as easily create a new blog for nothing and lay it out with all kinds of gadgets.
Off to other things now.