TheMadScientist - 3:05 am on Feb 12, 2010 (gmt 0)
I'll post this generically:
Although those two are similar in lettering they are IMO very different in interpretation by an algorithm...
The first is multiple occasions of a thing (noun, noun).
The second is a singular action or event (adjective, noun).
The first could be defined generically as 'thing' 'occasions' where the second could be defined generically as 'type of' 'occasion'.
There's a big difference to an algo in those few letters and what they mean when you put them together IMO.
Here's another way of looking at it:
The first could be a business name... The business is 'thing occasions'.
The second is what you had or hope to have... 'type of occasion'.
They're two different definitions IMO.
One domain is an is the other is an action or event.
I hope this is making sense to someone besides me, because IMO they are really two totally different domain names with two totally different 'definitions' even though they contain the same root words.