JSPJourneys Returns to the Fold

Hardly big news, but I noticed last week that JSPJourneys had very recently (07 Jan 07) switched hands to a new registrant. Unlike the bizarre quasi-couple who took it after I missed the renewal, these people were clearly more of the “domain tasting” variety. (Domain tasting is a practice whereby parties register a domain for a short period to sample the traffic to see if it can support pay-per-click advertising — if the traffic is insufficient they release the domain in order to claim a refund available up to 5 days later.)

Sure enough, we’re now 5 days later and JSPJ came available once again. So I’ve taken it back. I don’t really plan to do anything with it, having long since integrated my travel posts into the JSP.o mothership, but nonetheless it (re-)joins my personal stable of 20 active registrations, (plus another 12 owned by friends and family for which I provide service.)

I’m getting to be quite the little ISP. Er, JSP?

3 Responses to “JSPJourneys Returns to the Fold”

  1. moogsy queefbone Says:

    control freak 🙂

  2. j_tothe_w Says:

    It must be a sign from something that it’s time for you to take another journey. Just as you can’t triple stamp a double stamp, you can’t argue with fate and directives from unseen forces. That is all.

  3. moogsy queefbone Says:

    i have a suggestion of where you can visit!

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