In fact I'm struggling to think of even one case where the name of a TLD actually is the best site in it's category?
Chess.com is possibly the best online chess site around. However, I don't think anyone just randomly types domain names into their address bar anymore to find what they are looking for, but it does make it easier to remember the site in the future without having to google it EVERY time you want to visit. Also, it is easier to remember when telling your friend about "chess.com" as opposed to "chess.some-unrelated-domain-name.net".
sadly this comment box is too short
That's what she said!
Is Jack Daniels Old No. 7 the Premium fuel?
Jack Daniels is Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon, and any drunk from Kentucky will fight you over that. Old No. 7 isn't exactly premium anyway, try Gentleman Jack or something next time. Jim Beam is probably the most common bourbon, but you'll want something more like Maker's Mark if you're going premium.
God I miss the good ole days when cyber actually meant phone sex over the interweb.
I'm sure the other guy probably misses it to. Seriously, how many women do you think go online to flick the bean while talking to strangers?
However, Starry Night is still widely recognized as some mighty fine artwork
Meh, a matter of opinion. Looks like finger painting to me. THERE. I SAID IT.
tail -n 100
I'm honestly curious how long it will take you to do it in C, with/without the DNS lookup. Post source if you don't mind.
Not long at all...
system("tail -n 100
Release party on IRC server: irc.freenode.net #ubuntu-release-party
Will there be any chicks there?
The number of arguments is unimportant unless some of them are correct. -- Ralph Hartley