Name.com spokesperson Vic Dixon can’t figure out why everybody is so excited about Shark Week! He doesn’t even think sharks are dangerous and believes that if you want to see real danger, just head into a Walmart bathroom.
At name.com we use Google
Docs ugh fine Google Drive all the time to collaborate on projects. Most of the time these collaborative documents are free of any shenanigans, but every now and then a shenanigan party breaks out.
That was the case Tuesday, when everyone in the office had access to a company potluck signup spreadsheet and several people were making edits at once. Click through for full size and behold the shenanigans.
We have a non sequitur column header about color choice (perhaps aMonty Python reference?). We have people signing up to bring NNOOTTHHIINNGG!, tap water, and early ’90s rap classics. We also have a discussion about whether or not kids would be on the potluck menu.
And we had a few well-adjusted human beings offering to bring actual dishes to the potluck, so that was nice.
It’s not Google Glass. It’s not just an iPhone duct-taped to some cheap sunglasses.
OK, that’s a lie. It’s an iPhone duct-taped to some cheap sunglasses.
Our last post outlining some accidentally inappropriate domains did very well. Since you Name.com’ers love it so much, we thought we’d put together a few additional domain names that people didn’t completely think through. They range from ITScrap, to LesBocages.com, to MasterBaitOnline.com. Check out the list:
We’ve poked fun at startup culture in recent weeks (like here, here, and here), but we’re not exactly wearing suits and ties and sitting in a maze of cubicles. name.com may not be a true startup these days, but we’ve got some startup tendencies.
Startups love interns. They especially love unpaid interns. But we’ve only got one intern: Alex Kehr*, who brings us coffee and serves as a makeshift footrest for our marketing manager, Ashley Forker. This will look great on his résumé.
*Alex also handles our social media accounts.