Why would they do that? If you go to About.com you are redirected to the new name DotDash.com... "About.com -- the 20-year-old general interest site with hundreds of thousands of articles about everything from "The right way to handwash clothes" to "What to do if you hate your in-laws" -- has a new mandate, and a new name to to go with it. The New York-based, IAC-owned company, which actually began as MiningCo.com, is now "Dotdash," a nod to the company's history of having a "dot" in its previous names and logos, and a "dash" meant to represent what comes next, said CEO Neil Vogel. The dot and dash also represent the letter "A" in Morse code." Source: http://adage.com/article/tech/a-dotdash/308884/ I have no idea why they would go from About.com to DotDash.com. What does everyone else think?