by Lore Sjöberg
Many sellers blame the lack of bidders [for domain names] on the
ignorance of the buyers. "Most people don't know what
these things are worth," said Gerald Provost, a Web
consultant who is hawking his E-reward.com and
Shoppersalley.com for several thousand apiece.
-- Wired News article on domain name auctions
Great Scott! What if he's right? What if "jews4jews.com,"
"freshnclean.com," and "ilovepork.com" -- all actual domain names
currently failing to attract bids on eBay -- really are worth
the ridiculous price tags attached to them? That would make us the
stupid ones, wouldn't it? Maybe we should all register our own
unwieldy and inexplicable domain names so that we can cash in
once the public wises up!
Luckily for all right-thinking people everywhere, we've got
a little script that will pick out a sure-fire domain name for you.
Not only that, but it checks to make sure that the name is
completely unregistered, so you won't be left behind when
domains like "stansweb.com" ($20,000, no bidders) catch fire.
Or, enter a single word describing what your site is about: