One question and one suggestion
Question:if ever since the Internet has begun, no single letter 2nd level domain has been allowed, there must have been a reason from those "wise ones" that made the rules at the beginning. Has the Internet changed technically to now allow such domains? I think not.
Suggestion:If single letter domains are so expensive because of their scarcity, why not make them as expensive as 3G licenses and pay the premium fee towards network development & training in developing countries? Any other use of any premium funds paid is just another gift to registries.
Regards, -- Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond, Ph.D. E-mail:<ocl@xxxxxxx> | Tel:+33 (0)6 14 65 35 37 | US Fax:+1 (240)214 0440 http://www.gih.com/ocl.html & http://www.nsrc.org/codes/country-codes.html