[& URL, URI, keywords, meta-tags or other electronic uses of names]
A "right" view on domain names
- Les noms de domaine, du côté Droit
There's something like this already, but it only works for the people who are using mozilla/firefox browsers.If you type a word or a phrase into the address box that clearly are now URLs, you authomatically get directed to Google's "I feel lucky" search for that word/phrase and therefore, to the website that best your 'keywords' in Google.cantonese.sheik.co.uk become "cantonese", http://www.cantonese.sheik.co.uk/phorum/ becomes "cantonese forums", etc.However, it relies on google which is a public company
Actually, Internet Explorer allows that too: by default, a word entered in the URL field redirects the user to MSN (I guess you may change this option).Some providers also modify their clients' browser. For example, Netzero redirects the user to the search tool they have choosen.I agree it's an approaching system (and Real Names was bought by Microsoft I recall). But I don't agree that Google is a public company!
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