Washington DC (PRWEB) May 12, 2004
Take for example Mr Clint Billon. An intelligent well-educated man, but with an uncontrollable passion for music and a habit of impromptu solo jazz performances on the Subways. So embarrassed were his friends and family that they totally exiled him. Alone and isolated, Clint found himself forced not only into politics but worse still, into running a whole country. This was not the future he had planned for himself, but he simply couldnÂt take the risk of never getting invited to another social event for the rest of his life.
For Clint, running a country (no matter how nice) was no walk in the park. Certainly, it didnÂt have anything to do with music. Clint scraped away at the job for a number of years, but in truth all he ever wanted to do was to play jazz. Then, one day, a resourceful Secret Service Agent stumbled on a way out. On the morning of Tuesday 20 May 2002, the Agent received some startling reports about a company called dotWORLDS. The reports said that dotWORLDS had recently released a brand new range of domain names on to the Internet. Now you could have domain names ranging from Â.adorableÂ to Â.usaÂ Â and yes, there was even a Â.musicÂ. This news was to change ClintÂs life forever.
Clint knew that there were over 26 million mostly forgettable .coms on the web. He also knew that an instantly recognisable website like say, http://www. jazz.music would always be remembered, when other websites never even get noticed. With this explosive information, Clint felt the time was right to try and break free. Maybe he could even make the grade!
Well, the next day, Clint went straight to dotWORLDS and got hold of that domain name. Now he plays jazz on the Internet http://www. jazz.music. This is a website that does exactly what it says, so no government health warning is needed. ClintÂs brilliance has paid off and heÂs even got a big fan club. No longer considered an embarrassment (especially with all those royalties coming in), friends and family cannot wait to have him back. Never again will Clint have to resort to politics just to get invited to parties.
So get with the programme and even if your idea of a sparkling nightlife is swapping a hot water bottle for an electric blanket, dotWORLDS can help. Yes, the agonising scenario of a Âquiet night inÂ will soon be something youÂll only read about in history books.
dotWORLDS (http://www.dotworlds.net) building on the success of their Internet Communities is now giving away all their "Personality" domain names completely free to encourage more users to come aboard. Some of the totally free domain names currently on offer are ".cool", ".music" ".sexy", .genius and many more. To get these free domain names, simply visit http://www.dotworlds.net and select the "Personality" Radio Button for the complete list
dotWORLDS spam free email system enables dotWORLDS domain owners to communicate both with each other and the outside world. Crucially however, the system has been designed to ensure that outside world of spam will not be able to reach any dotWORLDS domains. dotWORLDS looks now to be the only true spam free system around. See dotWORLDS website for full details. Free plug in required to view domains. Free unlimited and unspammable email addresses for every domain name as standard.
dotWORLDS Ltd is a UK company based in London that specializes in providing fully personalized internet domains and email addresses, offering the widest range, both free and paid, through its global infrastructure. Please see website for full details.
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If YOU have a dotWORLDS story and we can use it, send it NOW to email@example.com and if we print it, we will give you the domain name of your choice COMPLETELY FREE for up to 2 years (subject to availability, ie there was no other lucky person who had the forsight to have reserved it earlier)
Note: If you are a registered charity, you may also be able to obtain dotWORLDS free and paid domains without charge. Contact dotWORLDS for further details.
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