Every tech brand should be using a .tech domain

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2019/12/05/every-tech-brand-should-be-usi.html

Ooh, looks like boingboing.tech is available…

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Thinking TLDs matter to your brand is SO fifteen years ago.

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Is this an article or an ad? Oh, right, it’s an “advertorial!”

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Remember all the fuss and fury about the .xxx domain? I think I’ve maybe encountered those twice ever since they were introduced.

https://icannwiki.org/.ads

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Any tech heads online who can answer a linguistic question?

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I suppose it’s better than the implicit colonialism of the .io and .tv domains.

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How I block 99% of spam emails: setup a rule that says if the address doesn’t end in com, net, gov, or org - it’s spam. Add exceptions as needed.

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You say I need a .tech domain? And you just happen to have a bag full of them at a low, low price?
Well isn’t this my lucky day.

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Yep, I was coming here to say the same thing. I’ve never seen a website with an “alternative” domain that was worth visiting.

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Phew! I guess I’ll stick with .no-ip.biz then. :wink:

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is “robo” taken?

Citation Needed

Personally, I still find it helpful.

There sure are! Not only is BoingBoing available, so is StackSocial! So many great names to squat on and use for phishing… :-/


(Via godaddy.)

I’m really not a fan of the TLD expansion/money grab.

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What isn’t a tech brand? Even a waterwheel or block and tackle is technology, although not of this century. Does your company sells bags of rice at the supermarket in a re-sealable zipper storage bag? That’s a level of technology that wasn’t available when I was a kid.

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lol you guys sure shill for some shit you’d ridicule on other days.

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