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    what happened bcox web site

    is it gone? ,that was fantastic for ratings

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    the name says it all !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by bobby1972
    is it gone? ,that was fantastic for ratings
    www.bjcox.com



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    Quote Originally Posted by eclectic
    www.bjcox.com



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    Is everyone on invisible mode or something? Cos I can, like, see fewer members names than actually logged on?

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    Yes, alot of people use invisible mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobby1972
    is it gone? ,that was fantastic for ratings
    Thanks for the kudos.

    As eclectic already pointed out it hasn't gone. In fact it is still sitting in the same directory on the same server that it always has. It's just now called www.bjcox.com

    The Australian domains are way to expensive when compared to top level domains. Go figure. Anyway, you should be able to find the Glicko_Calc page at the new address. Any problems, let me know here or via PM.

    PS The ratings have been updated with the March 2004 ACF Rating List.

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    Anyway you can't get an australian domain unless you have a business. The domain also has to be similar to your business name, or an abbreviation of your business name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tian Xia Wu Di
    Anyway you can't get an australian domain unless you have a business. The domain also has to be similar to your business name, or an abbreviation of your business name.
    I believe that the rules for .com.au has been relaxed somewhat to include registration of product names. In general though you are right - the rules for .com.au are certainly more prohibitive than the TLDs. The .id.au domains have been created for individuals, but even they are much more expensive then the ol' .com - plus the .com domains are easier to remember.
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