Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Bye Bye Dot Com!

WriteOut ResolveXHTML(Component.Fields.Item(New domain suffixes will shortly be commonplace, for demonstration dot-google, dot-msn and so on; they will restore the well liked dot-com. This is because Icann (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) has accepted new kinds of Internet address titles and this is the most stimulating Internet development in about a quarter century.

Only 22 gTLDs or generic top-level domain titles live at the instant, although, this number will now fire up as businesses and organisations vie to come by their own, customised gTLDs. Although, this won't arrive bargain, each website domain suffix will cost 185,000 dollars and will be in anydialect of your choice. Your fantasy will actually be the restrict here!Provided by YC/
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