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    Spectral Web, Inc.’s Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. | Log in/Create an Account | Top | 68 comments | Search Discussion
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    Re: .WEB is not in New.Net's list of TLDs
    by simon on Monday November 19 2001, @08:47AM (#3729)
    User #2982 Info | http://www.nic.pro/
    How can a company own a TLD???

    That's pure nonsense.

    See the facts: there are three .info registries and there are two biz registries!

    # TLD RSC Manager
    1 info LRS Department of Commerce
    2 info NSpace Name.Space
    3 info TUR The Universal Registry


    # TLD RSC Manager
    1 biz TPR Atlantic Root Network Inc
    2 biz LRS Department of Commerce


    Tomorrow I set up a server to form a .WEB registry, too.
    Now I'm a owner of .WEB, too.

    Own a TLD?
    LOLOLOLOLOLOLnic.PRO will be back online soon with FREE sub-domains. Dowload the FREE plug-in at
    www.name-space.com/software
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    What does new.net have to do with ICANN? This is I
    by ChrisGrady (chris@DontSpamMe.com) on Monday November 19 2001, @10:15AM (#3736)
    User #3093 Info
    What does new.net have to do with ICANN? This is "ICANNWatch" after all, and the paper is about the history of ICANN and IOD's the .WEB registry.
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    So what you're saying is ...
    by ChrisGrady (chris@DontSpamMe.com) on Monday November 19 2001, @11:12AM (#3759)
    User #3093 Info
    So what you're saying is:
    1. That there is no use for .WEB now (so why did Afilias want it?), and;
    2. That financial backing is only effective if it comes from a person in the same industry. (So Sun Microsystems will produce less effective products if the majority of their investors own a chain of car dealerships?)
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    90% of site traffic from search engines. Where is
    by ChrisGrady (chris@DontSpamMe.com) on Monday November 19 2001, @11:18AM (#3766)
    User #3093 Info
    On how many of the top search engines can new.net web sites be found?
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    Are new.net employees paid to post on ICANNWatch?
    by ChrisGrady (chris@DontSpamMe.com) on Monday November 19 2001, @11:20AM (#3767)
    User #3093 Info
    EOM
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
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