One of my favorite parts of the week is choosing the discussions for Top Topics. I get to take some time to browse the talking points of the week and compile a little list of Top Topics that I think will be interesting to you, the reader. I hope you like this week's selection, but as always, I'm available via private message if you have any suggestions or questions. Here are this week's Top Topics. I Am Todd Han, Ask Me Anything You may not be immediately familiar with the name Todd Han, but you will likely know his domain name registrar, Dynadot. Since 2002, Todd has been an active part of Dynadot's development as a registrar. (Disclosure, I have several domains currently registered at Dynadot.) In this "Ask Me Anything" feature, Todd has taken some time out of his busy schedule to answer questions from the domain name community. Even if you didn't personally ask a question, it's interesting to read through the tens of answers given by Todd. Topic by: @Dynadot Mistakes You Made As a Newbie If you didn't make mistakes as a newbie, are you really a domain investor? It seems that everyone has their own mistake story that still haunts them even as a successful domainer. One that always stands out for me featured in an old DomainSherpa interview, where Media Options CEO Andrew Rosener admitted to investing in a "domain name education" that cost him about $300,000 over three years. In this discussion, investors are asked to share their own stories of mistakes they made as a new domainer. Perhaps some of these stories resonate with you? Topic by: @Joseph David Dofo Releases a New Browser Extension Dofo has become a part of my daily arsenal as a domain industry participant, as Macit Tuna and his team have put countless hours into creating one of the most useful, free utilities for domain investors to check the aftermarket. This week, Dofo announced the release of their new browser extension for Google Chrome, which allows you to see whether a domain that you have visited is available for sale on the aftermarket. What do you think of this new tool? Topic by: @Macit Which Is Preferable: 365, 247, or 360? This past week, we had an almost unique situation where two very similar domains were auctioned off at a GoDaddy expiry on the same day. Those domains were Crypto365.com and Crypto247.com. The result showed that, at least where crypto is concerned, 365 is more desirable as Crypto365.com sold for $9,890, versus Crypto247.com's $5,049. In general, though, which do you prefer? This discussion and poll aim to get the views of domainers on this subject. As of writing, "360" has a slight lead over "247", with "365" in a distant last place. Which do you think is the best of these three? Topic by: @Robbie Should We Stop Comparing Domains to Real Estate? Domain names have long been compared to real estate, with some investors labeling domains as "virtual real estate" due to the similarities that a prime location both physically and virtually can do to transform a brand's popularity. Even one of @Rick Schwartz's websites operates on the eRealEstate.com domain. But is it time to stop with this comparison? This investor certainly thinks so, calling the comparison "outdated and even somewhat damaging to the retail value of domain names these days." Do you agree with this? If so, is there an industry that you would compare domain names to instead? Topic by: @Dave Top Topics of the Week is a blog series featuring the most popular discussions and content within the domain community. Tune in weekly to see what’s trending.