On 17/03/15 19:25, Tom Davies wrote:
Ahh, that is interesting. I thought it didn't exist and that was one of
Back when DNS started, the register would not provide any of the three
letter TLD, unless the applicant already at least two 2-letter TLDs.
(A requirement that was usually honoured in the breach thereof.)
One couldn't obtain example.us, but rather example.atlanta.ga.us.
Personally, I thought that symphony.atlanta.ga.us would be both easier
to remember, and less confusing than the monstrosity that they are using
For those who have ever had to locate the website of a religious
organization in the united states, that example.city.state.us would be
far more sane than the contortions that religious bodies utilize.
But then, when there are forty churches named "First Baptist Church"
within a twenty mile radius of the "First Baptist Church" that one is
looking for, perhaps people don't mind the contortions that are required.
Personally, I'd rather see
than the current mess, that I'm not even going to bother looking up.
Regretabbly, today, obtaining example.city.state.us is non-trivial, but
obtaining example.us is fairly straightforward.
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