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Username: csingleton
Date/Time: Sun, May 13, 2001 at 1:34 PM GMT
Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer V5.5 using Windows 98
Subject: The meaning of the word "is" and definition of "sex"


I can type into my browser and it directs me to a website.  How do you define "gTLD?"  And, what difference does it make if it is a forwarded URL? All web addresses that are anything other than an IP address are forwarded and "cloaked" via the browser, etc.  What the user sees IS a gTLD.

As for what is or isn't "SPAM," if you visit you will find content relevant to my post along with material promoting domains.  How many URL's are posted to boards like this that don't have any advertising or commercial material on them?  Relevant content is what SPAM lacks (and arguably food value as well).

The point is, visitors to the site can see a graphical representation of how many of the most popular domains have already been registered under's 20 new "suffixes."  They will also have the opportunity to check the availability of their favorite name.  If names get registered as a result, that will support the cause!


Link: The Web Address Suggestion Shop on the

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