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||Fri, October 19, 2001 at 5:02 AM GMT (Thu, October 18, 2001 at 9:02 PM PST)
||Microsoft Internet Explorer V6.0b using Windows 98
||I still don't get it
|1. When ICANN finally approves .web [whether IOD or somebody else], web.com will
lose big market value. Maybe IOD could use that point to negotiate a web.com
buyout price that makes sense. And offer a stock swap instead of cash.|
Why don't we just register uf83dke73k.com for $35 instead?
2. The value of web.com
is it allows a new.net type of pseudo-TLD by allowing the mainroot viewers to see
.web websites by appending .com to the domain [just like the mainroot viewers can
see new.net's altroot TLD websites by appending .new.net to the domain]. This
would greatly benefit IOD's clients now.
Why don't we just make our .web
domains also resolve under webtld.com instead?
3. IOD could arrange buyouts
or jointventures among the clients to resolve the colliding subdomains issue.
Why don't we ignore the collisions and continue to do what we're doing now: demonstrating
a working registry?
CTO, Image Online Design, Inc.
The .Web Internet Domain Registry