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merijnb (296)

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Tuesday December 09, 2003
11:22 AM

A domain unregistered...

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Amazing. I thought everything in the dictionary was registered in DNS by now, with all spellings and in all top levels. So what a nice surprise to see something that has 1.4 million hits on Google *not* registered. Not that this is useful to anyone, but is still available (as of time of posting) (sound of clock ticking).
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  • One of the tired old jokes chemists love to, or at lease used to love, passing around at conferences was [ if i'm remembering it right ] "What do you get when you mix cobalt and iron...a CO-FE ring!". Yes, now you can see why I find perl people so entertaining....:)
  • How so? Did you leave off quotes around "coffee ring"? Even then I get only 937,000 for pages containing "coffee" and "ring". For the phrase I get only 1190 pages, and for "coffeering" only 23.
  • There are plenty of words unregistered, you just have to look for them :-)

    However, there's really no point for this, unless the domain name means something for you.