from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. commercial organization (in Internet addresses)
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- abbr. An Internet top-level domain.
- abbr. A command file. See also .exe.
- n. Alternative form of dot-com.
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A new internet domain especially for pornography is set to go ahead after the official name .xxx was approved by US authorities as an alternative to suffixes such as .com or .co.uk.
Following the path forged by the original new media powerhouse Matt Drudge, folks such as Andrew Breitbart (breitbart.com), Michelle Malkin (hotair .com), Erick Erickson (redstate.com), and Lila Rose (liveaction.org) are all using new media in fascinating ways—taking the conservative message to whole new sectors of the population.
Other posters on ExtremeSkins .com are actually paid by the franchise to stroke Snyder on the boards and attack the beat reporters trying to cover the team.30 Snyder rewards the paid lurkers with both money and a place in the team press box, where they whoop and holler while the newspaper reporters cringe, curl their toes, and fill out law school applications.
At the top of her new emails she spotted “KWentworth@WentworthFoods .com, re: no subject.”
Michelle Malkin, thank you for allowing me to contribute to your inestimable crew over at HotAir .com.
One day, when there were enough personal computer users, it planned to extend its services online, but the marketing advantage of adding the .com was irresistible.
Credible Internet sources tend to be on government or educational sites ending in “.gov” or “.edu” rather than “.com.”
If the name you want is taken, try variations, such as adding a middle initial, a city name, or trying “.net” instead of “.com.”
Type in www plus the name and “.com” to get you there.