Sunday, 17 November 2013

Crab Juice

Bubble Crab

The sharp eyed amongst thee might have noticed already that my reviews blog has changed its address and is now to be found at www.crab-juice.com. Not only did it change its address, it changed its name accordingly.
Why Crab Juice? It started out with a Simpsons joke, but it caught on. Over the years I found myself using the phrase alarmingly often, to the point it became associated with me. So I thought, hey, why not?
I wanted to get a ".com.au" address, but these turned out to be more expensive. Also, Hover, my domain registrar of choice, does not protect the privacy of ".com.au" domain holders; so I went with a conventional ".com". Alas, crabjuice.com was already taken, so I settled with the clearer crab-juice.
Technicalities aside, I will be gradually revising the themes of my reviews blog as per its new culinary title. I do not intend to change past posts, though, so I guess some confusion will prevail.
For now, feel free to enjoy reading this revolutionary drink's reviews.

5 comments:

Haim said...
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wile.e.coyote said...

Security risk blocked

Block Reason:
Potentially Damaging Content related Web site. Sites in this category may pose a security threat to network resources or private information, and are blocked by your organization.

URL:
http://www.crab-juice.com/

Moshe Reuveni said...

URL aside, this is a Google site. If your system admins think Google is that dangerous (I assume they do not refer to privacy concerns), they should seek help.
It could also be that your DNS servers have not picked up this new address yet. If that is the case then they're certainly taking their time. I recommend you point your browsers to Google's free DNS servers (they do keep your records for a day, though).

wile.e.coyote said...

I assume it is trying to protect me from the crabjuice.com site and not the crab-juice.com site.
Both sites provide the same security message.

Moshe Reuveni said...

That's interesting. I tried both at work (my work), where they often block things for rather peculiar reasons, but neither crabs were blocked.
My crab-juice worked well, whereas crabjuice.com offered an GoDaddy ad. BTW, when I tried buying crabjuice, GoDaddy asked me to put an offer of $60 to buy the address from its current owner.