In the name of the Domain Lord: Preaching to the Domain Choir
Good morning, my fellow brothers and sisters in domaining. This is Father Domainicus with a special message about gTLDs.
As you know, the monstrosity that calls itself “I Can” has been sitting on its corporate laurels for ten whole years, debating the introduction of new domain extensions.
This, my domain children, is like 911 taking a break, munching on a foot-long bologna and pastrami sandwich with double cheese and olives – all while the phones are ringing.
I foresee calamities ahead, and judging by the silence of our Domain Lord, Rick, there is a domain storm brewing.
But I won’t preach to the domain choir, because domainers already know what’s good and what’s bad.
Unlike “I Can” that’s deaf, dumb and blind, domainers know that the gTLDs aren’t a revolution, they are an excuse to sustain the organization’s snail-like involvement in global Internet decisions.
My children, had I seen a response by Rick Schwartz I would have been more comfortable about the disaster that is about to follow; for I know that the Domain Lord speaks with contempt about anything other than dot com.
It’s evident that the gTLD domains are not providing anything positive; they only generate confusion and will further segregate the Internet.
Be good, be vigilant – behave!