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Topic # 64748 21-Jul-2010 23:03
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Cool, I like www.geekzone.co much more than having to type in .nz at the end of .co!
Good work freitasm.

Did anyone else get any of these beauties, they said it could be the next thing to relight the .com bubble rush on domain names...

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  Reply # 354672 21-Jul-2010 23:06
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Wow I didn't know it existed? Where have I been?? Haha. Where do you get a .co?



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  Reply # 354673 21-Jul-2010 23:07
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The whois DB is here: http://whois.co/
The best price I can find right now is: http://www.godaddy.com/default.aspx

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  Reply # 354674 21-Jul-2010 23:09
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Got a few of them this morning actually :)

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  Reply # 354677 21-Jul-2010 23:13
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They are available from today. I pre-ordered two months ago from GoDaddy.

Try just geekzone.co - it is shorter...




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  Reply # 354685 21-Jul-2010 23:19
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I got a couple to keep the yanks out of the .com's I already have that they want :-)



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Reply # 354686 21-Jul-2010 23:26
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scottjpalmer: I got a couple to keep the yanks out of the .com's I already have that they want :-)


haha nice!

Hopefully .co pays off, I am holding phpmysql.co - lol

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  Reply # 354691 21-Jul-2010 23:38
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HostingDirect: Did anyone else get any of these beauties, they said it could be the next thing to relight the .com bubble rush on domain names...


I wasn't going to bother, but ended up buying our domain (3bit.co) as it's only one letter off our main domain (3bit.com)

I'll just add it to the pile of 3bit domains we currently have Tongue out

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