Start of ecommerce

Today I finally setup my ecommerce site.  The home page takes you directly to my first product sale the ATMEGA328-PU with Arduino bootloader.  Its quite simple page because I wanted to launch it ASAP and update frequently.  If you interested in buying an ATMEGA328-PU for your Arduino go to the home page and click the buy now button.  Its the cheapest price in the world guaranteed, $2.00 per chip with free shipping.

>Godaddy Goodbye

>Baligena.com has transferred its domain name out of Godaddy.

Haha whats up with the discount until 12/29/11 Godaddy. I hate when companies act as if they’re above their customers and when the shit hits the fan they come back apologizing, expecting everything to be alright. But its too late to apologize and if Godaddy is having a hard time understanding, below is a video that will help.

Baligena is now with namecheap.com because it’s being mention alot from internet advocates such as techcrunch, hacker news and reddit. Also they are also apposed to SOPA and I their current slogan. Exercise your right. Yes, you’re damn right I’m going to exercise it. They also have good prices.

I invite you to join me.
Click here for step by step instructions on how I did it.

>Quote: Stick to it

>Steve Jobs stepped down as CEO at Apple today. He is an inspiration to me and many others through his products, life and beliefs.

The problem with the Internet startup craze isn’t that too many people are starting companies; it’s that too many people aren’t sticking with it. That’s somewhat understandable, because there are many moments that are filled with despair and agony, when you have to fire people and cancel things and deal with very difficult situations. That’s when you find out who you are and what your values are.

So when these people sell out, even though they get fabulously rich, they’re gypping themselves out of one of the potentially most rewarding experiences of their unfolding lives. Without it, they may never know their values or how to keep their newfound wealth in perspective. -Steve Jobs

>No off Season

>When I wrestled in high school what separated the best wrestlers from the crap wrestlers was there was no such thing as an off season. We trained all year round.

Part of the season was training, competing, testing your skills and winning awards and the second part was just training. The first part was the funnest, most rewarding, shortest and the in season.

After the season ended more than a third of the team stopped training and came back when the “season” started back again. All those who did this eventually quit or achieved mediocre success. Whats great about an individual sport is that all the work you put in is exposed. There’s no one to blame but yourself.

Whats separates the champion from the loser is sometimes “showing up”. Working at your goal not only when you feel like it but when you don’t, in season and out of season. Remember there’s no such thing as an off season to the successful.

>YouTube Success

>Internet is one of the best things that happened to mankind. To have the ability to build a business from scratch is liberating. Your internet success isn’t determined by your weight, height, race, nationally, looks, gender, family background or your boss but by you.

Freddiew has been able to create a successful business by making youtube videos. He also shares his knowledge. Read his post on how to become a successfull youtuber.

As a side note, I think too many people get hung up on ideas. From my experience, ideas are worthless. Execution is more important than anything else -FreddieW

>Revenue means CRAP!

>Companies measure success by quoting their revenue to the public but the bottom line is its all deception. Revenue (the amount of money exchanged) means nothing. I can teach a 5 year old kid how to created a million dollars in revenue.


Buy 2,000 iMac computers and sell it for $500 on eBay. You will sell those incredibly fast and easy, make $1 million in revenue but also $1.4 million in loses.
Instead of stating the amount of revenue give us the amount of profits. The amount of money left over after all the expenses have been paid.