from the what-a-stupid-idea dept.
December writes "This story says Australian company Nascomms claims to be the first in the world to go online with numeric addressing [CT:TCP/IP uses numbers too, just not ones with area code ;)], in which telephone numbers are used in replace of the ubiquitous dot-com address.
Interesting idea, but in the business case, I could much more easily guess www.toyota.com then figuring out their phone number."
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