I’m fascinated by how things work. I’m amazed at what Tesla is doing. I’m humbled by the conflicts AI brings to the world.
The other day I was listening to NPR. They were talking about driverless cars and they kept saying “…how driverless cars work…”
I got to thinking “I wonder if any of the car manufacturers bought that domain name. It’d be smart of them. It’s going to take some education for people who are in the middle and at the end of the adaptation bell-curve to jump on board with the idea. A smart industry leader could use the site to share all sorts of information to help people feel comfortable with the idea. I mean, I’m certain that question is a common search in Google. It’d likely be easy to rank the site high and get a lot of traffic.”
I then tip-tapped-typed to GoDaddy.com.
My fingers danced out HowDriverlessCarsWork.com.
I read “Your domain name is available for $14.98”
Why? Why has no one, especially in the industry, thought about setting up a site for this question?
Head, meet desk. Desk, meet head.
There are a few things I can do with it:
- Nothing and see if anyone approaches me about it
- I setup the site for the purpose it should be used for and operate it myself with possible help from others
- I create a site that’s specifically targeted to the marketing people in the industry telling them why they need to take the domain name over. I’d even spend some ad dollars just to get them to visit the site. Of course, I’d sell them the domain name.
What to do? What. To. Do.