He's the Master Of His Domain Name

From a California ferry to a tropical island, an entrepreneur lives his dream

The place Eric Gullichsen calls home is a charmingly rustic, century-old ferryboat, the Vallejo, now out of service and moored just off Sausalito, Calif., in San Francisco Bay. But his real home is the virtual world of the Net, an insight he achieved while hunched over a laptop in a hotel bathroom in Bhurban, Pakistan (the john being the only place where he could plug in his modem). He was logged onto the Web, fiddling with a line of code for one of his company's main computers, when the epiphany came: "This works! The Internet has happened! I'm placeless now."


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