Posts Tagged ‘dottel’

Another fun video from telregistration.com

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

Is it just me or don’t we all have a new found love of stick figure videos!  The amusing folks at telregistration.com have come up with another winner.


CLICK HERE TO WATCH THIS VIDEO

It shows the utility of having all your contact data in one place and apparently the added benefit of using it to pick up your local health practitioner.

My line is always – “dot tel – it’s useful, not sexy” – maybe I’m going to have to change that to “it’s useful and sexy”.

November showers bring … Rainy Day .tel Names

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Let’s embrace the crappy November weather by celebrating it with rain themed dot tel names.

From Discovery Educations Clip Art Gallery. Mark A. Hicks, illustrator.

From Discovery Education's Clip Art Gallery. Mark A. Hicks, illustrator.

Once again, I can’t believe these have not been taken:

Rainy.tel
Puddle.tel
Brolly.tel
Scattered.tel
Isolated.tel
Rainfall.tel
CatsAndDogs.tel
Pouring.tel
Teeming.tel
Precipitation.tel
Downppour.tel
Drizzle.tel
Lashing.tel
Torrential.tel
Deluge.tel

Hop to it and register one of these before the monsoons hit!

Vancouver Steps Up Interest in TEL

Tuesday, September 29th, 2009

According to One Vancouver (www.one-vancouver.com) the community portal for .TEL in Vancouver, BC activity levels around .TEL have increased dramatically over the past few weeks …

According to One Vancouver  the community portal for .TEL in Vancouver, BC activity levels around .TEL have increased dramatically over the past few weeks. One Vancouver seeks to create a focal point for different parties interested in .TEL. Partners currently involved include mobility stores, a business network, search engine specialist and even an national coffee chain.

The group’s activity is centred on getting the word out to people in the local community – raising awareness about .tel and what it means to local business. There are speaking engagements, exhibits, broad based advertising including billboards, television and radio, organised meet ups and highly targeted advertising based at specific industries in the area.

By joining forces, the One Vancouver partners have managed to reach a large local audience and get people talking about .TEL. The group have a number of programs already underway and a long list of activities planned for the coming months to keep the dialogue continuing within the local business community.

Read the full article at One Vancouver.

Fabulously Dramatic .tel Names Still Available Dahhhhling!

Monday, September 28th, 2009

It’s fall and we can finally fling off the barbeques and picnics of summer and move into loftier pursuits – like the theatre. I can barely believe that these “front row” dot tel names are yours for the buying.

Farce
Interlude
Playbill
CurtainCall
Ovation
Understudy
Swordfight
Kabuki
Libretto
StandingOvation
LeadingLady
LeadingMan
Macbeth
LadyMacbeth
Soliliquy
Troupe
OffBroadway
Masque
Hiss
Ballad
Disguise
FringeFestival
ComedyFestival
KingLear
Sandbag
Prologue
Rake
Repertory
Offstage
Pantomime

On with the show, this is it!

.TEL – because you only have two hands

Friday, August 28th, 2009

You’re at your favourite coffee shop. You have your usual “low fat, half caf, soy milk, double shot, Sumatran” clutched in one hand and your iPhone in the other.

You are running late (as usual) and then you spy an ex-colleague across the room. He’s actually a co-worker that you liked and want to stay in touch with.

You do the “Bob it’s great to see you, where are you working, let’s do lunch this week” thing. Now comes the tricky part. You’ve got to go but you need to swap contact info.

Do you:
A: Allow Bob to slip his card into you back pocket thereby looking like an early morning lothario?
B: Put down your phone and coffee to scrabble around in your bag for your card, making you even later?
C: Hunt around for a pen because you have both left your cards at the office?
D: Tell Bob your dot tel name that he inputs into his Blackberry while you input his into your iPhone?

Your phone was made to work with one hand, as was your coffee cup. .Tel recognizes that mobile phone users tend to be coffee drinkers and has worked closely with both industries to make sure that you never need to grow a third hand.