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  1. News

    discuss Dotless domains: Home to the Internet’s shortest URLs

    London-based software engineer James Williams has steered everyone's attention towards domains that are even shorter than the widely known g.co or m.me. Although the vast majority of internet domains contain TLDs separated by one or more dots, turns out it's not a must for a domain. In theory...
  2. News

    discuss Dotless domains: Home to the Internet’s shortest URLs

    London-based software engineer James Williams has steered everyone's attention towards domains that are even shorter than the widely known g.co or m.me. Although the vast majority of internet domains contain TLDs separated by one or more dots, turns out it's not a must for a domain. In theory...
  3. Joseph Green

    What will be the #1 premium name in almost every new gTLD, [name].gTLD?

    What will signify, "I have the best new dot[gTLD] domain on the Internet"? Will one exist? Like www.estate, www.cars, etc. Or will it be different for each? Like real.estate, used.cards, etc.
  4. Joseph Green

    What will be the #1 premium name in almost every new gTLD, [name].gTLD?

    What will signify, "I have the best new dot[gTLD] domain on the Internet"? Will one exist? Like www.estate, www.cars, etc. Or will it be different for each? Like real.estate, used.cards, etc.