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Discussion in 'Domain Research' started by Bailey, Aug 11, 2010.

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  1. Bailey United Kingdom

    Bailey Well-Known Member

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    I don't mind admitting to being a bit lost since the demise of DomainState.com . Those that go-wayback will remember the original split with the then admin of DNF around 2003. Paul (safesys) along with Snoopy and Matty kept the site alive with a nice TLD and UK discussions.

    Since the more recent demise I've discovered good ol'Acorn and Donnas Boardroom (for the fun of it)

    DNF - I'm strickly a viewer only, and can't imagine getting active. Therefore I'd really would appreciate a couple of old hands recommendations of which sites they deem good on the discussion front these days particularly in the gtlds.
     
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    Donnas and here are the main two I check - although it has to be said DBR is better for wider discussion and here is more sales/spam at the mo.

    Since domainstate was sold I dont think I have been back once.

    The best domain discussions I have are via my mobile and email at the mo :)
     
  4. Bailey United Kingdom

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    Cheers Rob - So I'm still plugged in.

    it would be nice to add another worthwhile site - If DNF is it then I'm happy to dumd-down. Lots of good pros there - its the fact of trying to offer added value at a cost to me that really riles.

    Shame about DS - like many I kept my fingers crossed to no avail. but glad to find the UK contingent here at Acorn
     
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    Forums are created by the users on them, and once thats crap then there is no value there. People do forget that or milk it dry.
     
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