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April 24, 2008 Post

Here's the The Lowdown from DNJournal.com! Updated daily to fill you in on the latest buzz going around the domain name industry!

Compiled by Ron Jackson (Editor/Publisher)


The enterprising folks at Pingdom.com just posted an exclusive inside look at Google's domain portfolio that is worth taking a look at. It turns out the search giant owns thousands of 

domain names of their own and, if you thought some of your domains were bad, it should make you feel good to learn that a lot of Google's are even worse! Their inventory includes such gems as az-on-url-je.com and 1p0g0og1e.com

Pingdom neatly breaks highlights from the Google collection into categories including Typos (a la glougle.com), Names Totally Unrelated to Google (i.e. TheSecretOfBurritos.com), Possible New 

Services (GoogleAuction.com among others), Possible Offline Services (GoogleGym.com), Potential Merger Partners (GoogleWarnerBros.com) and many others. 

Check it out - Pingdom even offers a free Excel file download with the whole list! Might help you while away a few hours the next time you are stuck at the airport waiting for a delayed flight!
(Posted April 24, 2008)

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