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So I get an email informing me that the extension .co is now available for domain names. ( I guess I am supposed to want to protect my .com extension ...
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- 10-05-2010 #1
Get them while they are hot!!
The .co extensions of course will cost three times more than your already purchased
.com extensions per year.
Step right up!!!
I supposed if I depended on my website for income I might want to purchase a .co extension to keep the money coming in; but since I do not I really do not care!!!
I got a little mirth, that's all!!!PCLinuxOS Gnome and PCLinuxOS Mate
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- 10-06-2010 #2
I must have missed the big announcement, so please enlighten me. What is .co? Is it going to be in addition to .com sites or instead of?
- 10-06-2010 #3
You could register something like amazon.co (although I bet they already have) and set up a fake site on it and catch a fair few mugs.
Internationalised domain names also provide the same opportunity.What do we want?
When do we want 'em?
Doesn't really matter does it!?
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