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May 22, 2007


David Wrixon

Could also be in part to a growing sophistication in the market.

Man used to be nomadic. In those days dwellings would just be abandoned when he moved on to fresh pastures. How that contrasts with the cut throat Real-Estate markets of today!

The bottom line is that as more and more people become become aware of the value of names and as the secondary market becomes more efficient, the likelihood of really good stuff going down diminishes. Registries abducting the names is only one part of that pattern.

When you are talking about waves, there have been big waves in the Domain Markets. One of the biggest, and perhaps the last really big one will be the IDN wave. Don't miss it.

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