Hope you are not surprised that we plan to launch www.tekedia.lagos and www.fasmicro.owerri.
The real deal is that the end of .com and .edu and all those suffix restrictions are coming to an end. Web suffixes .com, .org, .info, and the host of them, in play now, may become less common in few years. Last week, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) announced that it will relax the standards by which websites may be named. That means anyone can name anything in place of .com or .org.
Starting next month, top level domain will not be limited by 22 letters and you can scretch them to 63 characters long.
Canon has got one. Now you can type in your browser, www.sales.canon, very soon.
But wait, you need to pay $185,000 to get those www.egwu.nkwobi, www.owambe.ibadan. and of course www.buy.suya