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Re: Quote from Kashpureff / Re: question about per. hack
From: Christopher Masto <chris () netmonger net>
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 1997 17:38:50 -0400
On Tue, Jul 22, 1997 at 02:36:54PM -0700, Ted Timmons wrote:
At 05:32 PM 7/22/97 -0400, Christopher Masto wrote:
With the latest free email, web pages, etc (juno, hotmail, geocities), it
wouldn't take too long for someone to come up with free DNS, MXing, etc..
I _wouldn't_ discourage registration. That's the point.
So exactly _how_ would you keep millions of people from registering domain
names? Even if it _weren't_ free (I'll argue that another time), you'd
still have tons of people (I'll generalize, and assume they're high school
students that couldn't afford the $100) that would be signing up for domain
registration because they're going though a cheap ISP.
Gee, the horror. Affordable Internet services.
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Re: Quote from Kashpureff / Re: question about per. hack Paul Ferguson (Jul 22)
Re: Quote from Kashpureff / Re: question about per. hack Stephen Sprunk (Jul 22)
Re: Quote from Kashpureff / Re: question about per. hack Jesse M. Caulfield (Jul 22)