> The fact that purpose of domain names is not to create websites.
>> What a lot of the current discussion over domain names miss is that DNS
> was not designed with the Web in mind.
Get with the times. Honestly. DNS and the Web are inseparable now.
If you think otherwise then you need a crash-course in marketing, branding,
trademarking, and intellectual property issues on the web.
> If you want to do a site stating your undying devotion to a member of
> boyzone, there is no particular reason that you need to do it within the
> context your own domain name - the purpose of the DNS is to find things
> and companies and institutions, not for pointless and moronic fan sites.
You've yet to explain why someone should be PREVENTED from putting up a
'moronic fan site' with it's own domain name. Try to see beyond your
on the esthetics of such a site.
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