Re: DSM: site names...


Sharon Stanfill (sharons@juliet.ll.mit.edu)
Mon, 7 Dec 98 09:29:41 EST


Well, it might not be the absolutely worst, but I do agree that it's
hardly easy. Personally, I won't use it , but I have seen some schools
using it. Free is usually worth what you pay for it.

Sharon

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<<By the way, schools can get a free domain name, if they use
a form roughly like:
www.<schoolname>.pvt.k12.<state>.us>>

::pukes:::
That has GOT to be the worst domain name form.... If you want people to see
your site, it helps to have a domain name people will try...

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Well,



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