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I’m headed up to the Pacific Northwest this week, and the timing couldn’t be better. It’s getting hot in Austin. It’s near 100 degrees, which is hot enough that I’m asking myself why I live here.
My first stop will be Seattle on Monday (high temperature 71) to visit DomainTools’ new offices. I checked out their old digs a couple years ago, and they were nice. But word is the new offices are a nice improvement. I’ll tweet some photos Monday evening from their offices, so be sure to follow me @DomainNameWire to get a first look.
Then it’s a short trip to Vancouver, British Columbia (high temperature 65) for the TRAFFIC conference. The conference agenda includes some local flavor, such as a fireside chat with John Demco, who was instrumental in bringing the Canada ccTLD .ca to market. There will also be a panel about the .ca domain. Tickets and hotel rooms are still available if you can make the trip.