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Username: PPP
Date/Time: Mon, May 7, 2001 at 12:44 AM GMT (Mon, May 7, 2001 at 2:44 AM CEST)
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Subject: I have a .net


        I've got for over a year now, but I'm not a network. :) It's just an extension that originally stands for network. But that doesn't mean that you have to be a network in order to register a .net domain. Most of the .net-sites have nothing to do with network. They're just sites that couldn't get a .com becouse thatone was already taken, or don't want a .com, like my Punk Page which doesn't belong in the .com area becouse .com is USA Commercial, which it isn't, and it doesn't belong to .org either becouse it just isn't non-profit enough in my opinion. Most of the .nets that I know are in the same situation. Another good example is (a squatters site).


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