Poll: How Many Domains Do You Own?
If you're anything like me, you get hit with "great" ideas every 10 minutes. With the ecstatic feeling this new idea brings, you navigate to your domain registrar of choice to snatch up the clever domain that will surely make your "great" idea even more "great." Exciting!
Fast forward to a week later and the so-called "great" idea was quite possibly the worst idea of your life. You look at yourself in the mirror and question all of the decisions you've made in your life, from breaking up with Jenna in high school, to taking Visual Basic instead of PHP back in college, to ordering a latte instead of a cappuccino at Starbucks that morning.
I want to know how many domains you own. Keep in mind that work-related domains don't count in this poll. After you vote, share you story of false glory by saying how many you wish you hadn't gotten!
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