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Web Hits 100 Million Sites

According to Internet-monitoring company Netcraft, there are now 100 million websites with unique domain names. What do you think?
  • “100 million and one. Say hello to my new online petition at theinternetistoobig.com.”

    Babette Crain
    Lighting Designer
  • “That's just too many darn choices. I remember back when it was only w3.org and the alt.hypertext newsgroup. Man, those were the days.”

    Evan Meyers
    Systems Analyst
  • “Really? Because I could have sworn I've been to at least 150 million websites.”

    Quincy Daniels
    Pharmacist's Assistant