Discussion in 'Current Events' started by circpro, Aug 21, 2007.
Well, that didn't turn out like I expected.. I was ready to hate this, but I actually think it's a good thing to do. As long as it's a normal and useful domain name, and a regular human name.
Even if it ends up useless, it's not a big investment.
Hi, I am surprised the article did not mention the .name domain! In case of Bennett Pankow, the domain would have been http://bennett.pankow.name/ and the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Much more personal!
You can check if your name is still available using http://www.freeyourid.com/, GoDaddy, etc.
Ian, did you join this forum just to plug that product? Looks that way.
When I said I didn't hate the idea, I meant a normal domain name that the root servers recognize.
jack, .name is a TLD, just like .com, recognized by all the root servers. regards.