Separation of Verisign and NSI? (OT)

CDale cdale@techmonkeys.net
Tue, 31 Jul 2001 18:58:59 -0500 (CDT)


This is great.  I have to FoRK it.  (:  Thanks, Matt.  (:
Cindy

On Tue, 31 Jul 2001, Matt Prigge wrote:

> and now.. for your cultural stimulation and enjoyment: an excerpt from the
> upcoming really-really-off-broadway faux shakespear show: Cochetti and
> Juliet: A Domain Transfer Tragedy.
>
> 'Tis not just thy name that is my enemy;
> Thou art thyself, though not Network Solutions.
> What's Network Solutions? it is nor honorable, nor fair,
> Nor honest, nor helpful, nor any other quality
> Belonging to a true company. O, be some other name!
> What's in a name? that which we call a peice of asscheese
> By any other name would smell as foul;
> So Network Solutions would, were it not Network Solutions call'd,
> Retain that egregious imperfection which it owes
> Without that title. Network Solutions, doff thy name,
> And for that name which is no part of thee
> Take all my time, money, and sanity!"
>
> ST Quoth:
> > I think NSI is changing to Verisign because they know NSI's reputation
> > is so bad.  I saw a commercial for "Verisign" on TV last week.  It
> > looked just like NSI's usual commercials, but instead they said
> > "Register your domain through Verisign".  However, the address at the
> > end of the commercial (under the Verisign logo) was
> > www.networksolutions.com.
> >
> > ST
>

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