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||Fri, June 29, 2001 at 7:42 AM GMT
||Microsoft Internet Explorer V5.5 using Windows NT 4.0
||Will the average Joe understand that there are several protocols?
I think he won't.|
And therefore I don't like the idea
of adding new protocols like
ahttp to the existing ones.
But I think it would
be pretty easy to have the main root point to
the alternate roots (as works vice-versa).
I don't think anyone cares
(except ICANN, Neulevel and some greedy trademark attorneys),
running dot biz, as long as it is NOT duplicated.
That's the whole point.
And with 1000 gtlds you can forget about
trademark infringement, talking about
The reason why that number of gtlds may never be introduced is,
the existing companies would loose a marketing tool they just
when ICANN and their supporters talk about "stability", they
mean "income" and
that easily explains their behaviour.
Again, just my personal opinion ...