new domains

What the new top-level domains mean for you

Will future generations look at June 19, 2011 as one of the most important dates in the internet’s history? They just might.

That’s because yesterday, Internet Corporation For Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the body which governs the internet’s domain name system, voted to allow the creation of new generic top-level domains.

Move over .com, .net and .org. Soon, you may see everything from .aardvark to .zyxt.