It is a thankless and tiresome task much of the time. Sleep debt being a consequence. Though it can be fun once in a while, I will confess to that. There have been good days, and friends. Check it out:
The folks who would happily sell you a "sierramadretattler.com" website are the ubiquitous and moderately annoying Internet domain name meddlers Go Daddy.com. A marketplace that has garnered its creator many millions of dollars in profit in the intellectual property peddling game. To go to the page where they're selling The Tattler, link here. Be sure to bring your credit card, PayPal or ApplePay account.
Here are some other variations on the Sierra Madre Tattler theme that are now up for grabs. Some of them at quite reasonable prices.
For those who might be concerned by any of this, you needn't be. The only active Sierra Madre Tattler site in this imperfect old world is this one. It is located at sierramadretattler.blogspot.com, an Internet entity parked on a Google property called Blogger. Which I am quite content with.
The funny thing is, I don't even own that. I just kind of squat on it. I don't rent it because the Blogger service is free to anyone with some spare time and an axe to grind. All they want in return is the web traffic. Which is fine with me. Just as long as I can still get up early in the morning and annoy the people I am unhappy with, I'm pleased.
By the way, being under the wing of Google makes this site far less hackable than anything found on Go Daddy.com. A real benefit in these troubled times. Even China couldn't hack Google, try as they might. You will want to remember that if you happen to make a buy.
Link here for a story called "Malware-spreading drive-by attack relies on hacked GoDaddy accounts."
Remember, in the end all of this is just lights on a screen. That is all it has ever been. And someday those lights will go out because like all things on our lost little planet, this too will need to come to an end.
All ownership is temporary. Add that to your cart and proceed to check out.