It turns out there’s a lot more than you can imagine.
I wasn’t aware the original â€œPixel Peteâ€ lives in Minnesota. He contacted me and asked that I go by another moniker.
My sincerest apologies for any inconvenience Peter â€œPixel Peteâ€ Martin. So this should be a lesson to all who read this.
If you are going to have some sort of branded name, you’ll need make sure it’s registered.
More importantly if you attempt to do so, you’ll learn if the name’s been taken.
So, may I have the name when you’re done with it, Pete? I’m only kidding. You’re going to outlive me I’m sure.
This should turn out to be an interesting experiment.
Let’s see how long it takes for the search engine bots to sort this out.
I’m actually curious to see what links are going to broken and how soon they’ll be fixed.
When I chose it, I had not intended to be taken seriously. I thought of it as a handle like the usernames people use when they sign up for websites.
If there was a warning that the name is spoken for, then I would have added something really exciting like the year I was born or worse my social security number.
To be sure there are other issues I’ll have to address like my Twitter username.
If I change that username, I’ll probably lose all my followers. Good thing, it’s not hard currency.
Since I don’t have an attachment to the name and Mr. Martin who asked so nicely has 1st dips, will 100 lashes suffice?
Let me know if â€œThe Pixels in Pete’s Worldâ€ does anything for you.