From: Edward Jung (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Jul 02 2000 - 21:09:59 PDT
They have a bunch of people who do legal work in different countries to
determine if people who register a real name have rights to it.
They claim it's actually pretty difficult. Sounds like a pain to me...
From: Ka-Ping Yee [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, July 02, 2000 1:52 PM
To: Adam Rifkin -4K
Subject: Re: ForkedCompany.com resets the score on its Dead Pool today.
On Sat, 1 Jul 2000, Adam Rifkin -4K wrote:
> | Let's see... a company that does nothing but create "easy" names so
> | people don't have to type in a full URL like oh, say...
> | www.realnames.com. Not a big surprise here. 63 people gone, 254 left.
Call me stupid, but i don't actually understand why it would take
317 people to maintain a URN database. 40? 50, maybe? All i
can tell that they do is map short names to URLs, and charge people
a lot of money for the privilege of getting a database entry.
What else are they doing that i don't know about?
Go ahead, educate me about reality; i could use a lesson.
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