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Username: Gregory W. Krajewski
Date/Time: Fri, November 23, 2001 at 2:48 AM GMT
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Subject: To explain all the posts...Wouldn't you want supporters if you bought a lot of these domains


   These can smell them coming a mile away....

They claim that will free everyone from the grips of ICANN....

Now explain to me, how this would benefit the consumer if were to take over????  Bad logic, and old trick

They claim that has a 75 million internet audience??  Who is buying this

They claim that domains will be liked because the "market" decided they liked these domains (market approach)???  PLEASE!!! 

They claim everyone wants hundreds of domains?  So why not allow have 30 of them....First off, most people haven't the foggiest idea of what the true potential of a domain can be.  Your talking about a very small niche group of individuals who want "hundreds" of new TLDs....

Hundreds of new TLDS......With 90 percent of access to websites coming from search engines, how is this concept even viable.  Marketing sure would be fun....Come to!!  You pay Yahoo the $299 fee, and whallah, your on the 12th page...How long do you think you'll want to keep paying those hosting fees????

Keep things in perspective ladies and gentlemen.  The internet is not a toy.  It's about being able to find "info" when you need it (without much trouble), and it's about purchasing goods, which so happens to help fund new R & D, to make the internet even better...

So the next time you see a post from a "concerned" supporter.  Just realize they want universal for a very narrow reason...Who could blame them?  They thought they were buying something that would take them someplace.  What a statement about our own blindness when it comes to seeking a better life.....

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