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||Fri, October 26, 2001 at 12:45 AM GMT (Thu, October 25, 2001 at 5:45 PM PDT)
||Microsoft Internet Explorer V5.5 using Windows NT 5.0
||Dot-net is better than dot-web ...
Many dot-net domains don't sound good in dot-web. For example:|
-- who wants a sticky hotel, yuck!
2. motel.web -- ditto
Of course, some dot-web domains may make sense. For example:
----- MediaWeb [Many people already think that the media is a deceptive web already,
so no harm here.]
2. car.web ------- CarWeb [Many people think lowly of car salesmen
already, so no harm here.]
3. spider.web ---- SpiderWeb [A great domain for info
about spiders or even pest control.]
4. data.web ------ DataWeb
The foregoing might also make sense as directories [kind of like
Also, plurals in dot-web just don't make much sense. For example:
hotels.web ------ HotelsWeb ? No way!
2. motels.web ------ MotelsWeb ? No way!
banks.web ------- BanksWeb ? No way!
4. cars.web -------- CarsWeb ? No way!
computers.web --- ComputersWeb ? No way!
Dot-net is better: net means network.
is also better than dot-web.
Dot-com is even better: com means commercial or company
Dot-biz sounds so much like dot-sleeze [or dot-hardsell] as to be
somewhat a turnoff. Some dot-biz websites might make sense, but most will probably
be too commercial or in-your-face.
- Dot-net is better than dot-web ... InternetAdvocate, October 26 @ 12:45 AM (3/15)