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Guy, I think you are being helpful rather than presumptuous. But you
should know that INSNA already purchased "insna.org" several years ago
and just hasn't gotten around to pointing it to the insna site. Perhaps
now that you have brought it up again it will happen ...
P.S. I'm neutral on whether insna.org or insna.net are best. I assume
both can be pointed to the same site ...
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> From: Social Networks Discussion Forum [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Behalf Of Guy Hagen
> Sent: Friday, January 02, 2004 4:11 PM
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> Subject: Insna.net domain registration
> Happy new year! I've taken the liberty of registering the domain
> "insna.net" for one year for the benefit of the INSNA community, while
> was still available (surprisingly, "insna.com" was also available, but
> ".net" seemed more apropos). I used a redirection service, so anyone
> types "http://insna.net" into their browser will be taken to the
> INSNA home page at SFU.
> I have also set up an email forward so that all emails to
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> will be sent to the SOCNET listserver.
> I'm sure I was being presumptuous, but it seemed like an opportunity
> would be a shame to let slip. I will transfer ownership to the
> at any time, upon request.
> Guy Hagen
> President, Innovation Insight
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