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Please Check Out Project for Awesome

Posted on 13 December 2015 by Andrei

Each year, a genuinely awesome event is organized which deserves the name Project For Awesome in my opinion, please invest at least a minute of your time to check it out. The main goal is raising money for charities in an original manner and it works like this: some people post videos about their favorite charity so that others can vote (the money which is raised ultimately gets sent to the most voted charities, so we decide where the money goes), some people donate money (you can donate through their Indiegogo campaign by clicking HERE and will receive all sorts of interesting/funny perks), some people do both.
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Let’s Help Natasha!

Posted on 23 November 2015 by Andrei

This is unfortunately going to be a post about how life really, really sucks sometimes. Tim is a fellow domainer, I’ve interacted with him a few times and can tell you he’s a real go-getter. Unfortunately, life can even throw a curveball to such people and his wife was recently diagnosed with very aggressive cancer.
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Resisting the Temptation of Irrationally Blaming Others

Posted on 15 November 2015 by Andrei

I’m very disappointed by those who are using the terrorist attacks which have taken place in Paris as an excuse to start promoting hatred, especially against refugees in this case but against Muslims in general in a lot of situations.
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Don’t Fight Hatred With Hatred

Posted on 14 November 2015 by Andrei

After the terrorist attacks which have taken place in Paris, a lot of people are making the mistake of fighting hatred with hatred.

Refugee camps have been attacked (as if the refugees who are fleeing from conflict zones to find a better life for themselves and their families are at fault for atrocities committed by terrorist psychopaths), people are starting to say free movement within Europe (the pillar of the European Union) should be restricted again and the list could go on and on.
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What Do You Think Humanity’s Main Goal Should Be?

Posted on 27 September 2015 by Andrei

I invite you to visit GlobalGoals.org when you get a chance to, where humanity’s top 17 goals for the next 15 years are illustrated. And don’t just limit yourself to spending 5 seconds on the homepage: at the very least pick your favorite goal, click on it and read a bit more.
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A Fellow Domainer Needs Our Help

Posted on 16 August 2015 by Andrei

In my upcoming book, I’ve written an entire subchapter about the fact that life unfortunately sucks sometimes. An illness for example (something I’ve personally been through and something the domainer I’m referring to is now dealing with) can bring a person who thought he was in good financial shape on the brink of bankruptcy. Today’s post is about Rami Steitiyeh, a fellow domainer who has been in the industry for many years.

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The Internet Is (Project For) Awesome!

Posted on 13 December 2014 by Andrei

As of 2007, the Project for Awesome is organized on the second Friday and Saturday of December. It works like this: some people post videos about their favorite charity, some people donate money (you can donate through their Indiegogo campaign by clicking HERE), some people do both.

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I Tab for a Cause, Do You?

Posted on 11 September 2014 by Andrei

I absolutely love the concept behind this charity project and want to share it with you guys, it works like this: you install a browser plugin and every time you open a new tab, you’ll be taken to a page that displays advertisements instead of seeing a blank one.

The people behind the project make money through those advertisements and donate it to whichever type of charity you choose: human rights, water, education, health or the environment.

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Important: A Fellow Domainer’s Family Needs Your Help

Posted on 07 February 2014 by Andrei

Paul, the brother of Bob Olea (one of the nicest guys in our industry, as anyone who knows him either personally or only online can confirm), passed away after fighting a ruthless disease which left his family financially devastated and his family needs our help.

Bob started a FundRazr campaign through which you can make donation, please click here to contribute.

You can also donate directly via PayPal, Bob’s PayPal email address is daddybat@hotmail.com.

As anyone who has gone through something like this knows, such illnesses have catastrophic financial consequences. Paul’s wife Jeni and his son Paulie have lost their home as well as their financial future, they need our help to start rebuilding their lives.

My sincere condolences Bob, you guys will be in my prayers.

To help Jeni and Paulie, please donate through the FundRazr campaign by clicking here or directly via PayPal by making the payment to daddybat@hotmail.com, Bob’s PayPal email address.

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Tomorrow Is the International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Posted on 26 January 2014 by Andrei

It doesn’t matter if you’re a domainer, an entrepreneur, an engineer, a doctor, a lawyer or anything else. Tomorrow, let’s all be humans together and remember something that our species should be ashamed of.

Words can’t begin to describe how important it is for all of us to remember those events and do everything we can to make sure that nothing like that will ever happen again. By watching a documentary, by reading an article, by saying a prayer.

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