My geekdom knows few bounds but I don't have the solid knowledge of what you'd need to run such a domain as below - #hereisasmartweb#
I've bought domains for me. That is one - my poet avatar ARP - but there was only one left on my national server. That was arp.sx
yes I am sexy (hmm just well read and well read about it). round and globular curiousity. The other nerdy thing I've done is found a non-literature site. Non-literature being similar to extreme writing, visual poetry, anti-ecrivain work - some of it very lovely and some just gobstopping fascinating. So in the name of getting new literature out there I bought non.xxx
very eeny weeny name - the white hat web masters used to say this was a very good thing. That domain name is shorter than what bit.ly could do...
And I've learnt some coding lessons. Bitter ones considering my ambitious Sydney Music Space venture in a 2-3 years ago bellyflopped. It bellyflopped because the CSS coding on the weebly template was very fucked. I mean, I wanna fucking refund fucked. But hey - that was then and this is tomorrow, baby. basically it's the webmaster h coding palaver.
.IO is British Indian Ocean territory. It's Naval and Empire. British Sea Power and all that crud.
The internet is known as hypertexttransferprotocol http
but there was an nttp - network news transfer protocol or usenet - the old alt net - the old undernet.
and all the paths of the dark and invisible internet. Hey a lot of us remember those days. Early web 2.0
My ozilatino blogger goes OK but it got jammed in terms of sharing basic links on Facebook and G+
I thought I was being hacked. I guess I was but it's not a merchants of panic world if you work online. Not at all but you might say I Peter Principled. So - I obviously then gave them my bank details. Not sure about commercialising all my blogs but definitely some of them!
nttp - here's some memory work. My memory is that this tech was based on Native American smoke signal comms.
I haven't the foggiest. And I am indignant but of an unvanquished people - the Mapuche. Even against horses and horsepowered tech.
.....it becomes a question of typography - esp in encryption. they're both similar pictographs - this is not syntax or semantics.
I wonder if there's a very cajzh elegant Parisian continental semiology and sensey theory of n and h in this online bifurcation. Why did it split? Was there a courtcase? And why?
and why was the only robot on ozilatino press blogger go to go-daddy
and if it's pictography then go-daddy go-ogle. gogo daddy ogle.
Was http basically for horse porn? I'm not kidding. usenet in the early days was not that porn - it was academic and anarcho - and connected to telecom networks and you could hack phones.
entering nttp semantics brings google search brings up military intelligence - thank the US military for making the internet.
Thank the world for peace. Though bastardry divide them and me. War fights for culture music and love - as Churchill quipped on the why of WWII. That really should be the last world war. Peaceniks unite and make the internordz cool.
I used to really love the French internet and it's posieness. It's game and couture joyeux. I remember the 1986 French laptop telex search devices. The ICC telco technology. Ah France. One day. Again - aging.
here is a smart web ops and you should see their client base.
I recall in 1993 or 4 there was a mac early type gif called go-go. It was a topheavy topless dancer shimmying. Ah that's the life...
up down arrows, hilo - these are tacky techie jokes. coding too long can make you ill hahahahah