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Username: Gregory W. Krajewski
Date/Time: Sat, February 23, 2002 at 11:28 PM GMT
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       >>>>>>>>> Good point, but Yahoo has never been specific to "dot coms"... it's always been a directory of all sorts of Web sites, with all TLDs in their URLs. <<<<<<<<<<

You must agree though that in time the dot com's mostly filled the first two pages of any search preformed...which gave rise to once obscure dot coms....IT's a classic example of virtual natural selection (VNS) (krajewski, 2002)...

If one were to create an artificial "web-o-sphere" populated by a "pure TLD" SE for might give the space it needs to fill it's own niche....Lumping dot info's with dot com's or .biz's for that matter doesn't allow for differentiation since the dot com's have an advantage:  Most people are used to typing the dot com at the end of the URL....


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