Shiny new domain tool

by Maria on January 31, 2007

Via Bret Fausett, a great new toy called PshychicWhois. I’m putting it away now because it is addictive and the possibilities are many. So very clever.



Kaleb 01.31.07 at 11:09 am

Just noticed that my home page needed correcting. Cheers, Dan.


Richard W. Crews 01.31.07 at 4:45 pm

I don’t get it. I went there, saw nothing. What does it do? I’m supposed to enter something but I don’t even know what it is. HUH?


eugene 01.31.07 at 5:17 pm

richard: glad i wasn’t the only one who had no idea what’s going on :)


Henry 02.01.07 at 12:27 am

See “Patrick Nielsen Hayden”: on exactly why it’s interesting. I discovered that is registered to some ad-toting folks at Belgiumdomains, while provides up to date information on “farrell” and “blackjack.”, and are also registered to ads doodz. There are a lot of people out there using spelling mistakes in domain names to make money, and lots of it (it’s a low cost, high returns business). Maria handles a lot of the Whois policy process for ICANN, but under no circumstances should her mention of this very intriguing tool be taken as passing value judgements on the varied uses that entirely respectable business owners make of the domain name system.


chris 02.01.07 at 5:55 pm

richard & euguene —
I had the same problem, I am using safari. when i switched to Firefox, everything appeard to be working well. fun little tool.

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