The Only Domain Name Generator You Need in Your Life

2020 is a year that has hugely disrupted our lives, for most people, not in a good way. However, there are a few who are more fortunate than others, and they can use this time for personal and professional growth. I understand that not everyone can do that. If you can’t work from home, if you need to homeschool your children, if you or anyone in your family has an underlying illness, then this year is more about survival for you, but there are those few, who are starting new businesses from home, by just using their laptop.

In the past couple of months, a lot of my friends came to me for advice. They decided to start a new business, or a blog, and they were in need of a website. They wanted to create the website themselves, but they didn’t really know how to go about it, especially when it came to domain names. What is a domain name? Why do you need it? Do I have to pay for it? How much? Where do I buy it? Which websites are reliable? Generally, they had a lot of questions, and they came to me, because they knew that I have already been through this process, more than once.

My answer to all those questions was one website: domaintyper.com. I found this domain name generator when I was creating my fourth website. I was already fed up with the process of finding and purchasing a domain name. I kept putting it off, because it would take so much time and disappointment. Then I came across Domain Typer, and from that point on, buying the domain name become one of the first things I’d do when creating a website. It was the easiest to cross off my list.

Why is this website amazing? First of all, it’s super easy to use. You just have to type in the domain name that you had in mind, and it tells you whether it’s free or not, and not only for .com, but all other extensions as well! You might be set on a name, but it’s taken for .com, so you can decide to use .org, .net, .site or any other extension. You could even create a wordplay with your chosen name and the extension.

If you are set on the .com, Domain Typer gives you the chance to make an offer to the current owner. It’s worth trying sometimes as a lot of people would get excited about a project, they buy the domain name, but then they would never use it. You’d be making them a favour by taking it off their hands.

If you don’t want another extension, and the current owner is not willing to sell, Domain Typer gives you other options. It generates other possible names from the one that you typed in. Here, you are likely to find something that works for you. After you found the perfect name, the website gives you a price comparison from the three top websites with the best offers. One more step, where it does the research for you.

When you found the right price, just click on it and the link that takes you to a third-party website where you can buy the domain name.

Easy as that. With this domain name generator you can save hours of research time, it does everything for you, and it’s free!

I hope I got you excited enough and you are ready to head over there and take the first step to make your dream website a reality.

A Thoughtful Birthday Present the Braun Series 7 790cc

I was stuck on what to give as a gift for my brother. This is the guy who has everything: a nice car, a home entertainment system, and a set of Apple products. So, what could I buy him for his birthday that he would appreciate, yet not already have?

It seems like this is the problem of every woman who must buy a gift for a man. The last time I was over at his place I had a quick look around. What did he need? I didn’t want to buy him something boring like towels, yet that seems like something that everyone can always use. So, I had a peek in the bathroom.

On the counter was a dinghy and very old electric razor. What a brilliant idea! Men are often hesitant in tossing out something that still works, yet I was sure I could find the perfect men’s cordless and rechargeable electric razor for him. I didn’t want to be cheap, so I settled on a purchase price of $150.

The Braun Series 7 790cc is an electric foil-style razor for men. This kit also comes with a clean and charge station, taking the chore of maintenance away. This was the best electric razor for a gift. It’s packed full of features.

The electric razor is made in a medium grey casing, with a flexible shaving head. There is a circular button on the lower half which lights up when turned on. The razor is built with Braun’s intelligent sonic technology that actually speeds up the power over thicker stubble. It can work up to 1000 micro-vibrations per minute.

The electric razor head has three rows of cutting blades. One of these is an ActiveLift trimmer that can actually lift up flat-lying hairs and trim them off. Often this can be a problem for men in the neck and chin area. There are also two OptiFoil cutters on either side. They will trim hair as short as 0.5mm which is not discernible to the eye. Braun has the claim no other razor can get this close.

The clean and charge station is in pure black with a stripe of blue at the base, and a blue button. This station takes special five-action cleaning cartridges that are full of solution. This works to clean and lubricate your razor. Once that process is done, the unit will charge up your razor and prepare it for another week of shaving.

This razor has one unique feature at the bottom that I haven’t seen on any other types of razors. The base is flat and you can flip it over to view a battery power indicator. This tells you how much power you have consumed/how much power is left, until you need to plug it in for recharging again.

Another neat feature the Braun Series 7 790cc has is that there are three different shaving modes. You can adjust these for a sensitive shave, regular, or high-powered.

This was the perfect gift for my brother because the Braun Series 7 790cc can achieve in one stroke what other razors can do in two. I’m sure that he could appreciate how he could get ready faster in the morning.

On his birthday, my brother was extremely happy with his Braun Series 7 gift. The true test would be to visit the following week to see if he had tossed it in the drawer, or was really using it. That week I peeked in his bathroom and his new Braun Series 7 790cc electric foil razor and clean and charge station was set up on the counter! His old razor was nowhere in sight.

Get Your Kicks on Route 66

Anyone alive in 1946 to 1980 likely has heard the Nat King Cole song “Get Your Kicks on Route 66”. This song was composed by Bobby Troop and has been recorded by many popular musicians throughout the years. This song was done in rhythm and blues style and the lyrics are based directly on the old route that went through the USA, from Chicago, Illinois, to Los Angeles, California, and included eight different states. Today, portions of Route 66 remain merely as a remembrance.

According to the song the correct way to pronounce the road is “Route Six Six”, and not “Sixty-Six”. This road has also had many other nicknames, including Will Rogers Highway, the Mother Road, and the Main Street of America.

The road was created in 1926, and road signs were added in 1927. This is perhaps the most famous highway in America, taking people from the popular city of Chicago to the favored land of opportunity in California.

In between the two main cities the route originally ran through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona, before stopping in Santa Monica, California, which is right beside LA.

The road covered a greater portion of the USA with 2448 miles/3940 kilometres. The road became popularized in pop culture with Nat King Cole’s song, as well as a Route 66 TV show in the 60s.

Route 66 was a popular way for people to escape the Dust Bowl states in the 30s. Terrible dust storms ravaged many farms, causing dead crops and unbearable living conditions. This forced people to seek enterprise elsewhere. As a result, all towns along the route experienced a boosted economy, even during the depression years.

The highway was mostly flat but did have a few dangerous section. It was also a popular trucking route. Route 66 was likely the instigator for the mom-and-pop style of businesses that exist today along every freeway and road, including service stations and restaurants.

The early highway was not paved, it was merely gravel or graded dirt. It was finally paved in 1938. Despite the flatness of the roads, there were several steep and sharp curves that resulted in the nickname “Bloody 66”. Work was done over the years to make the highway safer.

The section outside Oatman, Arizona was particularly bad with its steepness and sharp curves. Motorists would actually hire drivers to take them safely past this section.

Route 66 was eventually removed from the highway system in 1985, being replaced by the Interstate Highway System. However, certain portions of the road have been preserved, particularly in Illinois, Missouri, New Mexico and Arizona. This has been named the “Historic Route 66”. Some cartography companies have even been adding the Historic Route 66 to their new maps.

Other states have followed, and have named their historic sections of the route as “State Route 66”.

Route 66 has a long, interesting history. If you ever have the opportunity, you should look up where the old Route 66 roads are and see if any are still open to traffic.