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[ih] Berlin Internet Museum

Google is your friend, and it does help reading German :-)-O

The guy is a designer and felt that there is no real Internet Museum
for the general public, so he went and started one.

What's with the possessive tone of this thread, btw?


On 2016-03-08 10:28 , John Levine wrote:
> In article <2C49BB38-B156-4A1D-B18C-9E4C1A1D5B05 at hopcount.ca> you write:
>> Not http://internetberlin.museum/ or http://berlinmuseuminter.net/ then. That's confusing.
> If you ever try to register something in .museum, you'll know why nobody does.
> At one point, .berlin was giving away names for free, which I expect is why
> they snagged a name there.  When I look at the web site, I see a spiffy web site,
> a contact address of a post office box, and nothing more.
> Don't expect a field trip when you're at the Berlin IETF.
> R's,
> John
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