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[edited by: Webwork at 11:20 pm (utc) on Oct 1, 2014]
I'm passing on ALL the new "opportunities"..info is doing just fine. If any of the new gTLDs get anywhere near the footprint of .info they will have surpassed most of the expectations of people playing the game.
All the above struggled to gain acceptance / use when there were only 2 serious, long term "global" contenders: .com and .org.I think we all need to be careful that we're not even playing a game, and not acting in a strategic vacuum where we are only considering our own preferences.
I feel that most of them are pointless however possibly something like nicheservice.london may have some legs but just how many I have no idea.Markets can only support a limited amount of speculation. Relying on others to develop productive resources, especially in a niche market, in hope they will create a rising tide to lift all is highly speculative. The chances of failure are compounded if people are not even prepared to actively market their offerings yet alone try and create any added value.