I recently acquired this domain; I’m
not sure what I want to do with it.
Sell it? Develop
it? Set up a humor website? A review website about all things that “suck”?
Write a humorous book
using WSUX as a title? Obviously, for fiction, the domain suggests a
dysfunctional East coast radio or TV station, perhaps both.
There is a real
radio station in Sioux City, Iowa, with KSUX as its call letters; it makes a
kind of sense, given that the airport designation for Sioux City’s Gateway
Airport is “Sux.” (I grew up in Sioux City, but the Sux designation came about
long after I moved away.) For now, I am
directing the domain here, given that I’m not certain that I want to sell it,
but if the price is right...
UPDATE: We’re considering developing a fantasy
world or forum where the word “sux” is the centerpiece and theme of a WSUX.com website.
domains that redirect here and their meaning if WSUX were to evolve into a “sux”
site, forum, or fantasy world: UnSUX.com, “to unSUX” (noun or v…
– William Blake
I recently acquired another unusual
and cool domain – Zomga.com — one that offers some meaning, at least in the
urban dictionary: Zomga is “an
emphasized way of saying of omg. Often
used to express sarcasm, or disbelief. Can also be considered part of the leet language
and or culture.”
I don’t know that
the Urban Dictionary is the definitive last word on definitions, but this one
actually makes sense.
I can also see
zomga as a cool kind of dance move, a happy exuberant dance with lots of
movement, or a game.
“Zomga” could also
be a brand name for a company or product.
I’m not sure I
want to sell this one, which is why I have noted this in my personal blog,
instead of my Brands Z sales site, where if you’re
looking for a cool “Z” brand name to buy, you just might find it there.
Do not be in a hurry to succeed. What would
you have to live for afterwards? Better make the horizon your goal; it will
always be ahead of you.
– William Makepeace Thackeray
I am always close to goal because I have set small achievable goals that can be reached quickly.
I may have a large goal in mind, but if, on a day-to-day basis, I concentrate on the small goal, the big goal will eventually be achievable.
When it comes to weight loss, setting a large goal is a fool’s mission. For example, saying, “I’m going to lose 100 pounds in six months” is unrealistic, and sets one up for failure. Even setting small weight loss goals can be frustrating, given the day-to-day scale variables.
But saying, “For one week, I will eat in such a way as to facilitate good health and sensible weight loss. I can control what I feed my body, but I won’t worry about the number on the scale. If I eat well and use fewer calories than my body can use, the weight will eventuallymelt away.”