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||Mon, September 10, 2001 at 11:11 PM GMT
||Microsoft Internet Explorer V5.5 using Windows NT 5.0
||It's the label and stigma....
The biggest problem here is that notion of "eligibility"
which opens up a whole can-of-worms on subjectivity.|
People have to understand
the meaning and value of a "speculator" in the advancement of modern economy. Most
academics will not for a second argue the value of entrepreneurs who risk their time
and money to speculate on uncertain situations.
The trick here is to mis-label
this group as something completely different "cyber-squatters." Sounds more like
public enemy number one, scum, leeches etc. Remember, not long ago short-selling
a stock was considered an un-patriotic act worthy of a lynch-mob.
hates individuals that move too fast, if you're too quick than the rest, you have
to be evil..
Don't get me wrong, I think that anyone who goes and registers microsoftoffice.info
is indeed an idiot and deserves to be called a cybersquatter, but the person who
gets Bahamas.info (without resorting to fraud) will most likely sell it to the person
or entity that wants it so bad that they will actually create something useful out
It's the natural selection of life, the agile predators help advance the
development of the food chain. A world ruled by large slow moving creatures, makes
for nothing more than natural-gas and some colorful fossils.