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January 30th, 2001, 17:34
Do es anyone think that .biz domains will become as popular as the .com/net/org tld's in the future?
January 30th, 2001, 18:44
I don't think so unless you grab a really clever name about the product/service your selling. for example web.biz, or script.biz, ad.biz.
I'm pissed that .web never made it. There was some sort of complication I beleive.
.info, .news will be the pick of the crop for the new domains. Of course this comes from someone with a strong gaming/content based website production background.
It's got to be .com for your bussiness or it's pratically .nothing.
January 30th, 2001, 19:18
Yeah the TLD's they picked are dumb and useless! .coop .areo
January 31st, 2001, 08:04
I mean, who's gonna go register a domain called "freewebspace.museum"? *lol* or maybe "yahoo.museum" or "mail.museum"? And even if somebody did register email.museum, who's gonna really use it for their email?
Besides... some people can't even spell museum!
Next time, maybe those idoits will make .monument TLDs... ;)
I think a cool TLD would be .off , then you'll have people registering names like "jerk.off" or "****.off" etc. :D
January 31st, 2001, 09:41
Is it actually ".museum"? I thought it was going to be ".mus" which meant museum.
January 31st, 2001, 12:04
Well either way it is a dumb TLD, really are there that many museums that they need their own TLD!!!
January 31st, 2001, 12:09
I doubt it...
January 31st, 2001, 12:18
Yeah, the TLD is .museum for Museums. Sure, it's good for Museums, but that industry is so small it doesn't really do anything. They fit better under .org anyway. Oh well...
I think .info will be the most popular new TLD. Just a hunch I have, I guess. Hopefully we'll be able to find out anytime now.
January 31st, 2001, 13:18
That's a bloody long TLD... What happened to the three-letter naming convention?!?! :O
January 31st, 2001, 14:31
I actually think allowing 3+ letter extensions was a good idea. I mean, .info is a good extension, and it's 4 letters long. I think .inf or .nfo would have been crappy.
January 31st, 2001, 15:22
How about .site? :)
February 4th, 2001, 00:09
.museum is ----. You can expect the registrar of this TLD to mostlikely go out of business or be near bankruptcy and sell to network solutions, afflias, or someone. I think the .museum tld would be a little better if it was opened up to the entire internet. web.museum, software.museum, nice... but very long.
February 6th, 2001, 07:52
.museum? Stupid americans like me won't be able to spell that without a dictionary :eek: That wont be a very good extension.
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