ICANN approves customized top-level domains

ICANN approves customized top-level domains: “

Don’t like .com? How about .thispagerocks?

ICANN, the organization that oversees internet addresses, will soon allow anyone to apply for his very own generic top-level domain (gTLD). In other words, you’ll soon have the power to put almost anything at the end of your url, eschewing existing top-level domains such as ‘.com’ or ‘.edu.’…

(Via The Register – Comms.)

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