Top-Level Domain Name
SRI produced a press release on October 23 describing their .geo top-level domain name application. The title of release was "SRI International Aims to "Map" the Internet with .geo Proposal". This press release can be accessed below at our dotgeo.org site, or via a number of alternative press websites:
The following list provides links to a number of press and other articles that have featured the .geo top-level domain name application. If you find an article that is not linked in here, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
- TechTV Cable TV Channel (8 June 2001).
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- MIT Technology Review (January/February 2001).
Innovation: Where in the World? by Alexandra Stikeman
A new scheme unites the Internet and geography
- Reuters, Technology (Thursday 16 November).
ICANN Approves 7 New Web Domain by Eric Lai
The most surprising omission from the Board's group was the .geo domain name
- Reuters, Technology (Wednesday 15 November).
NetTrends: Coming soon: special purpose domain names by Eric Lai
Probably the most innovative proposal is the ``.geo'' initiative proposed by SRI International
- New York Times, Technology (Thursday 16 November).
Agency to Vote on Web Domain Names by Chris Gaither
The only domain hailed by the advising team as "interesting and innovative" was .geo
- Reuters, Technology (Monday 13 November).
Internet name expansion due from tumultuous ICANN meeting by Eric Auchard and Eric Lai
an innovative plan by think-tank Stanford Research International of Menlo Park
- Wall Street Journal online, Tech Center (Monday 13 November).
Internet's Technical Manager ICANN Narrows Field of Web Address Suffixes by Ted Bridis
Only one proposed domain -- "geo" by SRI International of Menlo Park, Calif. -- won praise as both "interesting and innovative"
- CNET.com Technology (Friday 10 November).
ICANN staff opposes ".kids," ".xxx" domains by Patricia Jacobus
Domains that the staff found promising included ".info," ".web," ".biz" and ".geo."
- The Industry Standard (Friday 10 November).
ICANN Says Nuh-Uh to Dot-Kids by Aaron Pressman
ICANN should consider approving an application from [SRI]
- CNN.com Technology/Computing (Wednesday 8 November).
Internet naming group could shake up domains by Carolyn Duffy Marsan
Two high-tech heavyweights angling to get a piece of the domain name business are NeuStar and SRI International.
- Warren's Washington Internet Daily, Headline News (Monday 6 November).
Many TLD Applications Short on IP Safeguards, Group Says by Dugie Standeford
- IPC Evaluation of new TLD applications (Thursday 2 November).
Prepared by the Intellectual Property Constituency of the DNSO
.geo receives the highest rating, along with 3 other applications
- GIS Café, Feature (Wednesday 1 November).
A Spatial Data Approach to Social Sciences by Kyle Bohnenstiehl
- Spatial News, Feature Articles (Wednesday 25 October).
The Proposed .geo Top-Level Domain Name
- San Jose Mercury, Business & Stocks section. (Tuesday 24 October).
New `.geo' domain would organize Net geographically
- Wired News (Wednesday 4 October).
Inching Toward Dot-Whatever by Chris Oakes
Press should contact the following public relations representatives in order to learn more about SRI International's .geo top-level domain name application.
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