A Webpage to help with the choice of an Internet Domain Name.

All Internet Domain Names are globally unique and the registration of a name in any registry is a means of declaring publicly that the registrant has had a 'creative moment'. For a relatively small fee to the pertinent registry, an individual can possess the right to the exclusive use of the assembled ASCII characters that make up the name for an agreed period of time. 

Many people believe that the choice of a Domain Name is critical to the future success of their enterprise, whether commercial, artistic or informational. Many domains have been registered purely for their perceived intrinsic value and do not transport visitors to pertinent content. Others, like www.z.com simply redirect to the registrant's actual Website.

There are a large number of domain name sellers able to submit a name to the relevant registry in a timely manner. These competing entities invariable offer a range of associated services that enable a customer to make full use of their newly registered domain name or their existing domain being transferred from a competing seller.

Apart from the maintenance of the public record held by the relevant registry, a domain name seller will be able to illustrate the reasons why the associated services offered are likely to be useful to the domain name registrant. The sending and receiving of email; the opportunity for publishing information; and the means for ensuring security.  more...

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Explaining the Power of the Internet

The Internet Domain Name lookup facility printed on the reverse of this page makes use of a Common Gateway Interface (CGI) script installed on the remote server that hosts the online version of this Webpage. It is able to interrogate some of the Internet Domain Name Registries. If the Domain Name is registered, basic information is returned to a 'results' Webpage.

It is potentially possible to maintain a record of all commands processed by a CGI script. For this particular page there is currently no such record being saved. In the event that this were to change, an announcement would appear here. Some links may contain an identifier that will enable a remote server to discover the source of a visitor and in some cases, reward the referrer. These two paragraphs were added on 3rd March 2007.

The rest of this explanation was first published on Friday, 16th June 2006. It appeared in printed format on the reverse of a Webpage, created on 4th April 2006, that contained a schedule of Networking and Learning Events for April-June 2006. That Webpage was last updated on 21st June 2006 and is published at www.A4M.info/events/060621.htm, for reference.

In its online format, the underlined text tells the reader that further information can be found by navigating with the computer mouse control to other Webpages, elsewhere on the Internet. By hovering the mouse over the underlined text most Web browsers will show the destination URL in the status bar along the bottom of the screen.

The original design of the HyperText Markup Language (HTML) engineered a change of colour for the text to indicate that the user had already visited the linked information. A link to another document can also be engineered from a graphic. Again, the destination URL (Uniform Resource Locator) should be shown in the status bar.

The printed reproduction of a Webpage is really only for illustration purposes because much of the important information is on related Webpages, accessible only by means of the described Hyperlink navigation system that has made the Internet so powerful.

The practice by some web developers of deviating from the original HTML format may, sometimes, make it harder for new users to easily navigate the Web.

This explanation, produced by Richard Parsons on Friday, 16th June 2006, was last updated on Sunday, 4th March 2007. This Webpage can be downloaded and printed but will, of course, lose it's functionality. Click to download: naming-creatively.pdf(220k)