On Sun, May 21, 2000 at 06:48:38PM +0100, Wesley Darlington wrote:
> > > > Nominet in the UK have their *own* second level - nic.uk! :)
> > Erm, no they don't, actually. That's a domain in the .UK TLD. The only UK
> > one in use as far as I know.
>> What's the difference?
>> Just curious,
So was I, but I didn't want to ask :-) I can't see that there can be any,
apart from a philosophic one. Sudden brain wave - register CO Ltd. as a
company name - instant co.ie second level domain, and I'd own it :-) But
I've a sneaking suspicion that the CRO won't let me register a company
called CO :-)
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