Good question... I dunno what is the answer. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I discover an useful answer. You should email the people at 123 reg as they probably could answer your 123 reg question..
Haha Steve.. nice list..
The first thing that sticks out for me in that list is all the .edu's..
Ahhh yes, searching ftp's..
You guys know the invisible or deep web still exists, and if you ever.
Need to get real info instead of.
'd bs thats the place to look..
Yea man, we are old..
Amazing how Google manages to climb to the top.....
Yeah. I remember using Altavista as my 1st search engine..
Those were the days... I remember hearing people talk about Altavista and wondering what they were talking about.
I used to go around (often in the company of my brother) typing in random names like cow.com out of curiosity if someone had developed it. We'd get a good laugh out of how those "idiots" spent good money (back then!) to get these names that could never ever be branded... Boy, do I wish I could go back in time and reg those names... To think that my dad had been advised by his lawyer to do just that in the late 80s but was too computer illiterate to do so and never told the rest of our family about it.
Could be living in the Caymans right now..
The first time I used the internet was in 1998 and was EXCITE..
It was a internet-cafe`..
Things changed a lot and changed quickly since it was the beginning. Now it`s always harder year after year to climb that chart despite few still will make it...
'98 was when I got my first internet enabled PC. I lived out in the country back then and the only internet we had was dial-up at the local library before then. My how the times have changed... I don't think I've been to a library in about 8 years..
Yes...who know what will happen in the next 8 years then?.
Now in Sydney , some people are getting speed of 30 Mb/sec.
I think we are still in the start of a revolution that will make TV obsolete in few years...
Wow! Here in Manitoba, Canada, it seems we're always behind. I pay $35/month for 1.5Mb/sec lol.
I too don't see the TV (at least as we know it today) lasting much longer...
Well, I`m not getting that speed but soon I may....I`m not in Sydney and I don`t know how much that costs..
I pay AU $50 a month to get 15 Gb at about your speed, then it`s limited at 64 Kbyte per sec...