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New gTLDs kick ass : Radio.Garden brings you live music from around the world

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For over two years, the proliferation of new gTLDs has been delivering freedom from the constrains of the old school trifecta, .COM, .NET and .ORG.

Every day, new extensions that match the focus, industry and function of the keyword that leads the TLD become functional web sites.

One of the least known new gTLDs is dot .Garden, operated by Minds & Machines.

Launched in April 2016, dot .Garden has barely over 2,000 domains, according to ntldstats.

While one might expect domains that end in .Garden to be about plants and – well – gardens, the extension can be used for other kind of content.

Take, for example, Radio.Garden, a beautiful manifestation of how data can be navigated; thousands of radio stations around the world are now accessible by moving your target around the Google “globe.”

Once you start moving, static takes over until you hit the proximity radius of a green dot, that represents active, live-streaming radio stations.

Radio.Garden is full of surprises.

We can listen to Japanese rock from Shinsen Radio in Vidalia, USA, or roam to more exotic places such as Habana, Cuba, or Radio Cidade FM 879, Brazil or Radio Imelda FM in Indonesia.

FM 105.1 in Chengdu, China, plays popular western hits, while Russkoe Radio from Barnaul, Russia plays typical Europop.

Check it out, at Radio.Garden!


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One Response to “New gTLDs kick ass : Radio.Garden brings you live music from around the world”
  1. Joe says:

    wow! I like the service.

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