> explorer:[/homee/jfdobb] whois fork.com
> Fork (A Jay Allen company) (FORK-DOM)
> 6815 N.E. Cleveland
> Portland, OR 97211
> Domain Name: FORK.COM
> Administrative Contact:
> Allen, Jay (JA290) jdallen@BCBSO.COM
> Technical Contact, Zone Contact:
> Bush, Randy (RB366) randy@PSG.COM
> 1 503 227-5665 (FAX) 1-503-297-9078
> Record last updated on 28-Feb-96.
> Record created on 01-May-95.
> DNS.FORK.COM 184.108.40.206
> DNS.EDT.COM 220.127.116.11
Makes you wonder if he's willing to sell the domain name.
Let's check out http://fork.com/ ...
Well, first off, the logo looks like it was written by a
serial killer using blood and an unsteady hand.
Looks like he's into cryptography. Hmmm. Rohit, are you
Apparently not. Even you would have spelled "references" right. :)
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> Because if you don't make money, we don't.
> Cryptography Refernces
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> What about that Logo?
> The logo for Fork Company, is derived from a traditional
> cryptographic system, commonly called the "Mason's Key".
> For details, check this out.
What about that Logo? "If you don't make money, we don't"?
I'm torn as to whether this is Rohit or not. But if it isn't
Rohit, how can we persuade him to relinquish the domain name?
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it's refreshing to bite into the sweet lime wedge of other peoples'
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