Discussion in 'Other Domain Names' started by Vikz, Apr 20, 2010.
I've received a $350 offer over at another forum. Not sure I can post a link to that thread, so I won't. Shouldn't be hard to find though
BIN set at $700 or £460
Doesn't a 101 suffix in the U.S. mean it's some kind of rudimentary course? I never really understood that as it's not a convention that's used in the U.K.
Would be interested to know exactly what 101 means.
Here's what I found:
I don't believe it's used anywhere else besides the U.S.
I asked somebody who was using this on a UK website once what it meant, and all he could say was "I don't know, but it sounds good".
It means getting back to basics or beginners guide
we have the tv show 'room 101' here in UK, guess they chose that number because of that too. getting down to nitty gritty and all that
Price lowered to £440. Will also consider a reasonable offer over £350
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