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I think Edders is ok.
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im brandishing my debit card, looking for a domain name to register for my new website detailing my trip to the US. what should i register?

edmund and eddy are taken. what about edders? i want something i would be able to put on a business card in the future, perhaps edders sounds too colloquial?
what's your surname, you could see if that's been taken. or register edmundsurname.co.uk
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edderstakesamerica.com
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You want something provocative, modern, eye-catching, something that sticks in the mind and won't let go. Don't be scared to go a little "new age".

I am pleased to announce that www.edmundification.com is available. You could perhaps write a little song to go along with the name.

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uk-learning.co.uk

Go on, you know you want too.
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You want something provocative, modern, eye-catching, something that sticks in the mind and won't let go. Don't be scared to go a little "new age".

I am pleased to announce that www.edmundification.com is available. You could perhaps write a little song to go along with the name.

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lol hmmmm. edders.com is taken actually, so it would have to be edders.org or .co.uk
i could have edmundhunt.com i spose, but ideally it should be like 6 characters max
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uk-learning.co.uk

Go on, you know you want too.
hmmm, and start a rival forum? lol maybe not
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How about edders.us - its short, easy to remember and related to er.. the US
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How about edders.us - its short, easy to remember and related to er.. the US
heh not a bad idea... but ive just registered edders.org . i should have something up and running before i leave; its being registered at the moment. hopefully that shouldnt take too long?
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when do you go?
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when do you go?
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Remember to lie when it asks you for your personal details. Otherwise, people from the board will be able to find out where you live.
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Is to an American uni? Which one? My friend did a year at the university of Montana.
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Is to an American uni? Which one? My friend did a year at the university of Montana.
its an american prep school (15-19 yos). so ill be one of the older 'kids' there, so it should be pretty good.

and by the way vienna, please keep off the smut
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Domain registrations are done fairly quickly, but it will probably take anywhere from 24-48 hours for the DNS settings to propagate and you to be able to access the site

BTW edders do you have somewhere to host your site?
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Domain registrations are done fairly quickly, but it will probably take anywhere from 24-48 hours for the DNS settings to propagate and you to be able to access the site

BTW edders do you have somewhere to host your site?
I'd recommend my hosters - www.1-2-3-reg.co.uk - dirt cheap, a co.uk or org.uk is about £6 for 2 years. dot coms are a bit pricier, £21 for 2 years but still thats like 3p a day.
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