Last week, I was curious about my old website. In the late nineties, I was giving lessons to one of my piano students. She had her website and had some difficulty with it. She asked me if I knew HTML, I replied, no. Then I got myself an HTML how-to book and began to teach myself how to build websites. It has been a hobby of mine since. Nowadays, I use Dreamweaver, for the most part. But, when I got my first site up, I created the name someinfo.com. It was cool, I put links to favorite sites that I like to visit. It was purely for my own enjoyment. When I went to renew it at the end of the year, I ran in to a snag. Finally, as I made a third attempt to renew it, it had gone past the expiration date. I was shocked to see it wasn't available! But, I compromised and got someinfo.us instead. No biggie. Well, I went to one site, not this one. Turns out someinfo.com is for sale at $4,999. I was blown away. This is a fascinating development and so I joined this to check out the domain broker business.