On Sat, 30 Nov 2002 16:57:20 +0100, Marc Schneiders said:
It would make long domain names of the type
Why? unless you manage to get 'cheaper.' as a TLD, and create the name
as domain.name.bargains.cheaper. - or am I missing something?
And what's wrong with DomainNameBargainsCheaper.com or
How would replacing '-' with '.' affect anything?
I've noticed an odd thing while draining my spam traps. When I see an
advertised domain name that consists of two or concatenated more English
words, it's usually Oriental. I don't mean necessarily hosted in Asia
but with non-ASCII content. It's as if Oriental spammers are smarter
about creating memorable English domain names and avoiding the squatters.
Using domains will become
Empirical evidence indicates the biggest problem is finding the 1 out of 41M
.com domains and avoiding all the typosquatters...
and neither of those has anything to do with the last 4 characters of the
Vernon Schryver vjs(_at_)rhyolite(_dot_)com