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2:53 pm on Aug 28, 2000 (gmt 0)

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Govt. mulls ways to market 'dot-us' domains [usatoday.com]
Online users shun 'dot-us' in favor of other Web address endings.

(I have approx. 50 dot US domains, only marginally useful.)

9:09 pm on Sept 11, 2000 (gmt 0)

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You have 50 .us domains? What did that cost? Better yet, Why?! Are you one of them there Cy-Ber Domain Squatters we've been hearing about? (duck)
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They are free, right? But you have to be very specific about what/who you are. So a domain will look like this -> joe-plummer.san-jose.cal.us?
9:47 pm on Sept 11, 2000 (gmt 0)

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This is an interesting discussion.

For reference:

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Faq:
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Section 3:

The US Domain Registry does not charge any fees. Organizations approved to register .us domain names by the US Domain Registry may charge a nominal fee.

 

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