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Username: friedrich
Date/Time: Sat, November 4, 2000 at 9:45 PM GMT
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Subject: No arguments against .web



The average internet user doesn't mention the "www" anymore, but just
the domain name plus the gtld ending. Instead of "" one
simply says "".
Therefore "james.web" MAKES a significant difference.

"A road is a route which takes you to a place."
Are you the one who is patronizing here?

I was talking about the street names. Everyone repeats the "street"
after the streetname, even if it is obvious that he/she is giving a
street name.


"The street I am living in is called palace street" - you don't say "
The street I am living in is called palace", do you?

By the way: .web is not just "superficially attractive", otherwise
Afilias and Neustar wouldn't be so much interested in it.
Maybe YOU are not interested in it, but a great majority of internet
users is.

You can see that there are enough reasons for an introduction
of .web. By the way: We are here to discuss the applications.
What do you think about them?

Friedrich Kisters

P.S.: Why do you say London city? We all know that London is a city,
don't we? And: Arundel (especially its castle) is a really nice place, isn't it ...


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