Some sophisticated domain name humor.
Sometimes it’s tough being a blogger. The articles I spend the most time writing often get the least amount of traffic.
So I want to urge you to read a post over at Domain Incite that not only took a while to research and write, but is as close as you can get to sophisticated Jon Stewart humor for the domain policy crowd.
The 10 dumbest moments from that new TLDs Congressional hearing pokes fun at the politicians (and to a lesser degree the witnesses) at last weeks’ House Subcommittee on Intellectual Property, Competition and the Internet hearing about new TLDs.
My favorite part: a couple of representatives and panelists said whois privacy/proxy services were a bad thing that enabled criminal activity.
Author Kevin Murphy did a little research and found that 40% of the subcommittee members use whois privacy on their campaign web sites.
Seriously, this is a good read.