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Topic # 113546 20-Jan-2013 09:18 Send private message

Well I thought I would post it here... Since Mr Dotcom does take .co.nz for his new enterprise.

Thougths / comments?

My thoughts are it's interesting he highly recommends everyone move to chrome due to their HTML5 implementation.

But overall it's a pretty slick web experience IMHO.




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  Reply # 747638 20-Jan-2013 09:30 Send private message

Seems they are offline currently...

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  Reply # 747640 20-Jan-2013 09:32 Send private message

I cant really get into it so I would have no idea. Maybe they needed more servers just to cover the launch.




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  Reply # 747644 20-Jan-2013 09:38 Send private message

Just registered was very straight fwd




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