In the first 12 hours of it being on Kickstarter, it passed the halfway mark, pretty much guaranteeing its funding. What would you make with one of these if you had one, and how do you think this is going to change the Amateur Radio landscape?
Isn't that what happened in South Park the Movie?
How long will it take for someone to grease the right hands and get a hold of
This whole scenario seems to only benefit the pockets of ICANN execs. So why wouldn't they start allowing domains that could seriously break stuff if the price was right?
Even if you don't open your internet connection to other users, I recommend including the words "public-wifi" somewhere in your IP address' PTR record if you have access to it.
I'm always looking for a new idea that will be more productive than its cost. -- David Rockefeller