Domaining & How to Get 5-Digit All Numeric Domains

Numeric Domains

Something very unusual is going on with these five-digit domains.Available one day - all registered the next. About Domaining The online world of domain registration is somewhat similar to real-world real estate.  In general, the shorter (fewer characters) the domain is, the higher price it sells for.  Domains that are single-word, common dictionary words can fetch multi-million dollar prices.  For example, reportedly sold for $13,000,000 in 2010 and for $11,000,000 in 2001.  In addition, commonly searched words and phrases sell for high prices.  It takes quite a bit of practice to figure out what makes a good domain name.  Head over to the domain selling sites linked to below to get an idea of what's being bid on, selling, and not selling in the market. Short domains that have a high number of Google exact keyword searches and high Adwords CPC (cost per click) rates are the most sought after. Google's ... Read more »

Hacking CPU-Z – Can You Trust the Results?


May 4, 2013 update 2: The CPU-Z has confirmed the inclusion of many security improvement suggestions I submitted.  The next version will be much more secure in terms of the client application and the server.  Can't say anymore 🙂 May 2, 2013 update 2: I'm in contact with the CPU-Z team and working with them to improve the security of the program.  The fake listings below have been removed. May 2, 2013 update 1: should now be the record holder for World Frequency Records (Intel Core i7/i5/i3 CPU).  See the record-breaking (fake) 7360 MHz submission here.   Yes, CPU-Z's validation website accepts fake data.  See for yourself before the link is pulled: The CPU-Z cvf file to generate the page you see above could be posted here for download for your own testing.  However, this would create many problems for the CPU-Z folks so it won't be posted. CPU-Z is an excellent tool for displaying detailed hardware information.  The ... Read more »