Freedom - 3:27 pm on Jul 1, 2011 (gmt 0)
I have a feeling it's not going to be a full onslaught against "keyword domains." Having more than 1 dash in it, and anything that is not .com or .org, and subdomains, is guaranteed to be in trouble. But I don't think they are going to devalue something like cellphones dot com - or similar, just because it's a word in the dictionary.
On the other hand, Google has been playing deer hunter (Christopher Walken scene) and losing a lot lately. 2011 is the year they &^%$ off everybody, even their own employees and departments, and several governments, including the US, and nearly every webmaster on the planet.
When they *&^% off Wall Street, investors, bond rating agencies, and sector analysts, well, then,
the bullet hits the brain.