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    Re: I think I'll sell .PRO too! by simon on Tuesday November 20 2001, @07:27AM
    Attached to: Spectral Web, Inc.ís Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. posted on Monday November 19 2001, @05:14AM

    Re: OWN? What ALT Root are you using? by simon on Tuesday November 20 2001, @02:37AM
    Attached to: Spectral Web, Inc.ís Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. posted on Monday November 19 2001, @05:14AM

    I don't know where you live but .. by ChrisGrady on Monday November 19 2001, @12:03PM
    Attached to: Spectral Web, Inc.ís Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. posted on Monday November 19 2001, @05:14AM

    The question is, who are you working for? - EOM by ChrisGrady on Monday November 19 2001, @11:49AM
    Attached to: Spectral Web, Inc.ís Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. posted on Monday November 19 2001, @05:14AM

    90% of site traffic comes from the top 10 engines- by ChrisGrady on Monday November 19 2001, @11:48AM
    Attached to: Spectral Web, Inc.ís Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. posted on Monday November 19 2001, @05:14AM

    Are new.net employees paid to post on ICANNWatch? by ChrisGrady on Monday November 19 2001, @11:20AM
    Attached to: Spectral Web, Inc.ís Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. posted on Monday November 19 2001, @05:14AM

    90% of site traffic from search engines. Where is by ChrisGrady on Monday November 19 2001, @11:18AM
    Attached to: Spectral Web, Inc.ís Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. posted on Monday November 19 2001, @05:14AM

    So what you're saying is ... by ChrisGrady on Monday November 19 2001, @11:12AM
    Attached to: Spectral Web, Inc.ís Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. posted on Monday November 19 2001, @05:14AM

    Even New.Net recognizes IOD as the pioneer of .WEB by ChrisGrady on Monday November 19 2001, @11:02AM
    Attached to: Spectral Web, Inc.ís Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. posted on Monday November 19 2001, @05:14AM

    Re: Btw. you can register dotPRO with me by ChrisGrady on Monday November 19 2001, @10:53AM
    Attached to: Spectral Web, Inc.ís Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. posted on Monday November 19 2001, @05:14AM

    OWN? What ALT Root are you using? by ChrisGrady on Monday November 19 2001, @10:39AM
    Attached to: Spectral Web, Inc.ís Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. posted on Monday November 19 2001, @05:14AM

    What does new.net have to do with ICANN? This is I by ChrisGrady on Monday November 19 2001, @10:15AM
    Attached to: Spectral Web, Inc.ís Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. posted on Monday November 19 2001, @05:14AM

    Btw. you can register dotPRO with me by simon on Monday November 19 2001, @08:56AM
    Attached to: Spectral Web, Inc.ís Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. posted on Monday November 19 2001, @05:14AM

    Re: .WEB is not in New.Net's list of TLDs by simon on Monday November 19 2001, @08:47AM
    Attached to: Spectral Web, Inc.ís Comments Regarding Image Online Design, Inc. posted on Monday November 19 2001, @05:14AM


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