Today ICANN, the organization responsible for administering "top level" domain names on the internet (e.g. dot-com, dot-org, etc) pulled aside the curtain and gave the world a glimpse of proposed new "dot-anything" names, including both the desired domain names and the organization wanting them them. It's an interesting, and often bizarre collection of names and words.
Google was among the most active bidders, submitting more than 100 applications for new "generic top level domains" (gTLDs, as ICANN refers to them). Not surprisingly, many bids were for Google's own trademarked terms, inclu [...]
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