So I have a number of domains which will be the core of some sites I am developing, namely (assume the .com for all) - topicwise, townwise, profilewise, bleepwise, pagewise, searchwise. I also have the "domain hack" versions of these, i.e. topicwi.se, townwi.se etc. I got these initially because I thought it might be nice to have a slightly shorter version of the name that would save a few characters in links. What I'm wondering is, what do you think of those .se domains? Is it worth keeping this sort of "domain hack" version of your .com (assuming you're running a real website, as I am, which people are posting to and about, so there will be links around the web to these sites). Also, I'm curious how people regard Sweden (.se) in terms of freedom of speech. There's been a lot of cancel culture going around lately, and I'm wondering if I have, say, a website that goes against, let's say, a certain political narrative, how does Sweden usually stand in those situations? In other words, do they tend to "let it be" and resist cancel culture when it happens, or are they quick to take domains away if someone complains? Just curious if anyone here has a handle on that. So bottom line... is .se worth keeping? Domain hacks in general, if you already have the .com of the name... worthwhile, just for a version of the name that is 3 chars shorter? Thanks!