European Web Sites Go For Long Addresses

European Web Sites Go For Long Addresses (AP)
What’s in an Internet domain name? Sixty-three characters max. The group managing the European .eu domain said Friday that six people last year registered the longest Internet addresses allowed, ranging from the tongue-twisting name of a Welsh village to the first 63 numbers that make up the mathematical constant pi. One German user was firmly tongue in cheek when registering thisisthelongesteuropeandomainnameallovertheworldandnowitismine.eu – which doesn’t live up to comic potential since it links to a site saying it is being held for a client.http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2007/03/24/1174597915892.html

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