The word is disorenting, I have been reliably informated. Your misuse of suffixes must be cessated and desistated, or your poetic license will be cancellated. Although "(dis)orientation," "information," "cessation," and "cancellation" are verbs, the corresponding verbs are "(dis)orient," "inform," "cease," and "cancel" -- no "-ate" at the end.
Eminently sensible. ".com" should have been "us.co." from the start
An added advantage would be automatic prepending of your local country code, and perhaps even your choice of second-level, if omitted -- so "http://ge/" would map to us.co.ge for USA users and uk.co.ge for users in Llandudno.
The article asks if anyone has composed other programming puzzles, like a parenthesis puzzle.
Any LISP program should qualify for that one.