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Dot-Sucks Web Contest! Call for Entries
Email: dot-sucks (nospam) namespace.org
20 Dec 2000
The new internet top level domain (TLD) ".SUCKS"
is reserved for parody and critique.
TM owners need not apply!
Dot-Sucks Web Contest!
How many corporations do you think "SUCK"?
What are your favorites? Are you willing
to create a web site devoted to your favorite
Name.Space will provide free web hosting
(NO ADS!) and domain registration under the
".SUCKS"* domain to the 10 best (unique)
Sites will be judged on originality, humor,
and political/social relevance.
Some examples of possible sites may include:
(and so on...)
Send your submissions to:
dot-sucks (at) namespace.org
You should have the pages up
and running somewhere (you can
build it on one of the free web
providers--we'll look past the
oblgitory ads). Submissions
should include the URL of the
site and a brief description.
The site itself must speak for
The ".SUCKS" domain is published
and operated by Name.Space and is
reserved for parody and free speech.
No corporations or individuals may
register in a ".SUCKS" domain in
order to squelch criticism. Name.Space
will screen all applicants to confirm
that they are NOT the holders of the
"trademark" or "brand" name that
*To resolve ".SUCKS" and more than
500 other new TLDs, and to show your
solidarity for media autonomy, switch
your DNS settings (in your TCP/IP
controls) to Name.Space by following
the simple instructions at
**The domains "Microsoft.Sucks"
and "MPAA.Sucks" are already registered!
See the entries posted so far:
Visit these other ".SUCKS" sites: