If emblematic form of lethargy of the cable TV era was channel surfing, the equivalent for the Internet age is the link hole.
If you've ever started by looking up something totally normal, like the caffeine molecule (because you're tired and you want coffee), and eventually you end up reading about the original formula for Tang, then you know how it is.
The internet works in mysterious ways.
And now, from September 1 until November 30, 2016 (at 4:00 PM PST), you can celebrate these mysterious ways with a .link domain at just $4.50* for the first year.
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*Price in USD. See .link price page for local prices.
It’s the sound of a pen, of a light switching on (or off), of a knob going up that extra notch. It can also be the sound of a beetle, of toenails on tile floor, or even a discreet phoneme in some languages.
The sound of the future starts with a click on the 24 track, an idea can click, and of course, you can click your mouse.
Fan now, from February 1 through June 30, 2016, .click the only TLD devoted to an onomatopoeia, is on sale for $3.62 per year (normally $12.41 at A rates).
Also on sale for $4.21 per year (normally $14.42 at A rates) is .link. And where would we be clicking if it weren’t for links? And just like click, a link can be just as many things: an internet link, a link to the past, a link of sausage, or a link on a golf course.
Connections are important. In the past decade or so, social networks have proven that point astonishingly well, as though it needed to be proven. But it's something we know is even deeper at the heart of the Internet as well: connecting people, yes, but also connecting networks, connecting machines, or even just connecting a website to a domain name.
This January, connecting is a little easier. From January 1 until January 31, 2016, .link, the TLD made to connect, will be on sale for an incredible 80% off. That means, a .link domain that normally costs $12.02 will be available for just $2.41 per year.