About the Author

David Kesmodel is an editor for the Wall Street Journal, where he oversees agriculture coverage. He previously wrote about the alcohol, tobacco and food industries. In his 15-year journalism career, he has written for a variety of newspapers, including the Herald-Times in his hometown of Bloomington, Ind., and Denver's Rocky Mountain News. He has degrees from Indiana University and the University of Missouri.
A former technology reporter for the Journal's online edition, David stumbled onto the new boom in Internet domain names in 2005 when a colleague shared an intriguing press release about a $1 million domain sale. David left WSJ.com in 2006 to write his book on domain-name investors. (While working on the book, he authored a domain blog.) He returned to the company in 2007. He lives in Chicago with his wife and daughters.
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