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||Fri, October 19, 2001 at 1:18 AM GMT
||Microsoft Internet Explorer V5.5 using Windows 98
||- Mr. Cambler -
I appologize, I did not mean anything personal towards your
.WEB extension. I personally wish you all the best with it, and I do think it will
prove to be a great alternative to .COM when it is implemented.
However, I get tired of hearing from people trying to 'pump up' the worth of new
extensions in which they have a personal stake in (ie. others who have posted on
this board who own several of these new extensions --- particularly New.Net extensions).
any rate, best of luck with .WEB....
Perhaps I should register MOODY.WEB ;)
The one issue I have with .WEB is that the majority of the top generic domains have
been registered, and if it is accepted as a TLD, speculators will have already squatted
on the majority of the good .WEB domains. This leaves mere crumbs for the general
internet community to fight over, as well as businesses, etc. My personal feeling
is that any new TLD should clear the slates and begin registrations from scratch...
a response would be appreciated, admittedly I may be misled on some of the issues.