Exactly how old are you, pal?
!!! LOL !!!
I may not know much about software, but I have visited sites like NameBoy which just provide you a fraction in options of what this chap seems to be working on.
On our suggestion, he has included newer options (about 10 levels so far) which really enchances the processing power of his code.
For example, Chicken was having a problem deciding on a good name. Most of us aren't even fortunate enough to come across available names. It is very frustrating that they have all gone.
What is so special about this guy is that his code has been programmed to include new suffixes like:
Furthermore, he told me he accesses the domain data which his software matches directly from NetSol... their zone files or something... I can't remember exactly what I was told, but it seems that this sort of data is available to the public. So the output info generated is extremely accurate.
That's not all, it checks domain names not only for the top three gTLDs, but for many more simultaneously... including the ccTLD for my country.
What I like best about his code is that it breaks up a word at the vowels, then is programmed to replace the vowels with a single or a pair of consonants... and then proceeds to do the search. For example, the word "domain" will first be broken up into "dom", "doemain", "domayn", etc. Or the word "super" into "sooper".
I just told him a few days ago that one major plus point about this feature is that you can get around trademark issues easily, because very few of such odd spellings have been trademarked yet... plus they are unique and very easy to remember.
I used to think that most of the good .coms are gone... but I have begun to realize that plenty good ones are still available... there is hope on the horizon still. It all depends on the power of one's searching. Yup, the proper english spellings are all unavailable, no doubt about that!!! Especially single words!!! But when played around like this, it opens a whole new world of single-word .coms available for the taking.
You want to give this a try and get zapped just like I was??!!!! Email me a keyword for a domain name you like and I will send you the output. Try the same feaure found so commonly on some sites... compare... and let me know your opinion then.
And along with your opinion, you mustn't forget to disclose to me how old you are
!!! LOL !!!
[Edited by Learner on 09-16-2000 at 10:35 PM]