Thus, I became Teiresias.
But even as Teiresias I could not become a dot com. Teiresias.com was taken - not by a classical scholar, not even by a psychic - but by a service that promises 'What you need, when you need it.'
Thus it became necessary to do business at theblindseer.com.
But after a year of inactivity, theblindseer.com seems to have become defunct, leaving the address redirected to blindseer.com, an iPhone development site.
The transmutations of Teiresias - or Tiresias as he has become more commonly known - are endless.
There is, for example the flute/piano duo of Mark Takeshi McGregor and pianist Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa whose homepage sports a classy two-headed logo and introduces a young couple in a freightyard. http://tiresias.ca/index.php
Hoping to find a sample of their music, I searched Pandora, which failed to turn up Tiresias, but found instead a group called Flat Tires (no ‘ias’) with an album that Pandora was loath to name in full.
Turning from music to classics, we find Teiresias as the transexual blind prophet in the Classics Pages complete with a picture of Tiresias from an unnamed Japanese website.
Could they be Mark and Rachel?