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Re: Tiscali switches to Public-Root?? What do you think?
- From: Stephen J. Wilcox
- Date: Tue Aug 02 06:30:25 2005
On Mon, 1 Aug 2005, Stephen J. Wilcox wrote:
> On Mon, 1 Aug 2005, Bjørn Mork wrote:
> > The poor guy/gal at the other end of the line will need a really good
> > answer. Does anyone here have one?
> to avoid being technical i guess the only answer would be to say this is a
> private service offered to tiscali users and is not available to any non tiscali
> users (you might want to point out this is 99.9% of the world in case $cust
> feels like switching)
> > Not to mention the answers we need for the market droids...
> > "Hey, I heard that Tiscali is offering more Internet than us at no
> > extra cost, and they make a lot of money on it too. How soon can we
> > start doing the same?"
> tell them you've been able to do it all along, its your network and you can
> provide any unique content that you like, providing they understand this is
> unique for your custs only .. think intranet
> > This puts a lot of pressure on other European ISPs, and eventually also North
> > American ISPs (to make this on-topic :-) I hope the rest of us can stand
> > together against it. A good start would be to come up with a common response
> > to the two pressure groups outlined above.
> a better worded explanation on a webpage would be good i guess...
> anyway, i'm off the the UNIDT website, i hear '.tiscali' hasnt been registered
> yet ;p
replying to myself. bad :)
had this pointed out.. these are "official" according to inaic
and resolving "all known tlds" seems a bit of a stretch, i think they've missed
my '.foobar' tld on my local nameservers..
also for added humour, from the press release
following the link: http://home.tiscali/
doesnt seem to work for me, hmm.. not great to have a broken link in a public
press release ;)