I guess the Internic doesn't pass value judgments?
> I mean, wouldn't it be more personnaly annoying if the official Rifkin
> Hate Mail Club used "rifkin.org" rather than, say, "hate-rifkin.org".
What you're telling me is I'd better register the domain name
before Rohit does?
I guess domain names never need be tied to their content. For example,
persiankitty.com has no information whatsoever about Persian cats.
Imagine my dismay!
Why, then, does Rohit require our subject lines be tied to their
content? Simply so he can go back through the archives and find what
he's looking for? Isn't this what search engines are for?
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