Earning a medical degree is one way to be a doctor, but online it’s the only way — that is if an Internet regulator gets its way.
Now, joining .com, .org, .info, and other Internet domains, there’s .lgbt.
Talks continue over a new way to surf the web, with new options coming alongside dot-com, dot-org, and the like.
Early next year, the floodgates will open to cities and companies who want their own version of “dot com.” Philly and families can get in on the action, too — for a price.
A new, pricey system will allow companies and groups to apply for their own suffixes beyond the most common address endings, but some critics are calling the development troublesome.