The only reason I posted this is because they are still calling it "return of the dot-com". The Internet crashed and burned on flimsy no-profit foundations in 2000/1. Todays next generation is doing its part to soak up the some of the world's excess liquidity with business concepts that involve arbitraging the cost of PPC traffic from Google or Yahoo against some form of "join-in" or eyeball value. The only difference is that this time around the company names are worse. That's one less thing to sell at the bankruptcy sale I suppose. At least they're dot com's. Special thanks to the investors for the millions in .com branding.