Today we're having fun with jargon because of three TLDs entering the GoLive phase for communities that like to abbreviate.
First, the TLD just for fen, .fans, is entering the GoLive phase. Whether you're a trufan, a neofan, a faned, an apahack or just a Jophan, .fans is the TLD for any and all fanac, whether that's publishing the online version of your new ish, or organizing for the next con, this TLD is for you, whether or not you grok what we're saying.
For you mundanes out there, you don't have to be seriously into fandom for this extension. Today, it's open to all, so if there's something you love—whatever you love—show say it proudly with a .fans domain.
Next, .mba is also entering GoLive, which in itself is shorthand, of course, for Masters of Business Administration. We don't have such a degree so we don't know for sure, but it seems part of the curriculum must be learning different acronyms. We can only assume the justification is to save time in the end. Besides CEO, CFO, CTO, CMO and COO, don't forget ABC, ETA, KPI, ROI, and the other TLD entering GoLive today: .fyi—the perfect TLD to get the word out with.
The list is below, accompanied by the corresponding GoLive prices of a one-year registration, all at A rates:
- .fans: $102.97
- .fyi: $27.05
- .mba: $41.41
Register a domain under one of these TLDs?: