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Wed Aug 5 17:26:45 CDT 2009
On Wed, Aug 5, 2009 at 12:49 PM, Jorge Amodio <jmamodio at gmail.com> wrote:
> At some time in the future and when a new paradigm for the user interface is
> conceived, we may not longer have the end user “typing” a URL, the DNS or
> something similar will still be in the background providing name to address
> mapping but there will be no more monetary value associated with it or that
> value will be transferred to something else.
We're already there. It's called "Google".
In the the vast majority of cases I have seen, people don't type
domain names, they search the web. When they do type a domain name,
they usually type it into the Google search box.
(Alternatively, they type everything into the browser's "address
bar", which is really a
"search-the-web bar" in most browsers.)
(Replace "Google" with search engine of your choice.)
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