I keep typing it in, in error. Is it anything to do with this site?
We were here first! - Off with there <head>'s
lol calm down
edugeek.com was set up by someone while back been defunct website...
in fact i think it was setup before us
setup by american basicly it was amercian consultancy firm type thing set up by some american teachers...
keep waiting for site to go into relapse so can buy up the domain..
Yeah, it expires 30 September 2006. It was registered for 5 years.
SnapNames is your friend ... or just make a buyout offer
You will find, if they suss you out you will never get them to let you buy it. I am doing a website for our local village as we want a community site and someone owns ALL the extentions for it, well all the decent ones, so thats .com, .org, .org.uk, .co.uk, .net etc so we could be .bus or .info etc but we wanted .co.uk or .org.uk and some site squatter has got them, just in the process of doing a complaint thingy with Nominet to get them to try and shove them off, but if they dont reply to them they cannot help me for free, and its ¬£100's to get an independant person to sort it out for us, so we may end up with a .info. So be warned you may have a tough time.
Strange. When I setup EduGeek.net I did look to see if a dot com existed and non did, which is why I used the name. It seems to have been ressurected perhaps? Still, the entries on it are 2 years old and nothing seems to have happedned to it. Besides, Googling 'edugeek' gives you several thousand hits all for us
Ah so you are the criminal mastermind behind eduGeek
When I introduced Chris to one of the Associate Directors of the SSAT whilst at BETT my exact words were, "Ah, here's Chris and it's all his fault!"
"What shall we do tonight dos_box?"
"Same thing we do everynight, EduGeekers ... try to take over the world!!!"
Oooops. I thought everyone knew?Originally Posted by NetworkGeezer
So you are the BDfL and RussDev must be the prime ministerOriginally Posted by Dos_Box
Has anyone noticed the joomla installer is on that website?
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