Okay, calm down.
Inhale. . . exhale. . . inhale. . . exhale.
through the nose, out through the mouth. . .
I don't want my 60 year old mother
to have to beg ICANN and registries so she can develop a site for her knitting interests.
Internet is for the world, not for special interest groups, corporations, politicians
or rich people alone.
Nothing will go to hell, as you predict.
Let the world
have its arena and let that arena be the Internet.
Where else can a person open
a business without the phenomenal overhead of a brick and mortar establishment?
else can Mother put up pictures of her pretty young granddaughter for all the family--or
all the world to see?
Where else can a web of people with similar interests connect?
call for global action where RESTRICTION is the prize, to me, is a call for people
to cut off their arms, legs, tongues, noses, eyes, and spirits.
. . I love the fact that I live in a world in which on a whim I can register SportsCarsOfYesterday.com
(or some such name) and paint on the webpage as if it were a canvas.