Only 6 Domain names ?!?

From: Vintage Computer Festival <>
Date: Thu Jan 13 11:54:41 2005

On Thu, 13 Jan 2005, Brad Parker wrote:

> I registered '' in um, 95 an it caused a bit of a stir :-)
> seems the folks at american university ( didn't like that
> (but hey, the company was called 'american internet' so it seemed
> natural).
> (I know the whois says 98 but the original registration was way before that)
> This was before the namespace land grab - once that started no one
> looked back.
> In the end no one really cared and I didn't make any money off the name.
> It's now held by a large corporation who will probably do nothing with
> it. hi ho.

I rarely let go of any domain names anymore if anything just to keep them
out of the hands of the losers that scoop them up after you abandon them
so they can leech off of whatever links you managed to get to your
website (i.e. check out the useless losers at I hate those

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