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You choose your name, something that's appropriate, and something that sounds good, and you hope it's unique. If you're Yngwie Malmsteen you might be right in the uniqueness, but all too often someone else has called themselves the same as you, and chances are someone else has set up a website and got one or more of the URLs you wanted, first. www has a funny rule about this, which allows cybersquatters to hold you to ransom for your name. But it needn't be like that. I have a proposal which will allow a much better way of handling this type of problem. See: The Kenco Problem

REGISTER YOUR NAME HERE - This anti-displacementist system allows you to register your name even if someone else also has that name.


Here are a few names which are linked to by this site.

List subject to expansion!

  1. 123
  2. AA
  3. Ace
  4. Acorn
  5. Amazon
  6. Apple
  7. Argos
  8. Asda
  9. Astra
  10. Aviva
  11. BAA
  12. BBC
  13. Bennetts
  14. Big Bus
  15. Boots
  16. Boston
  17. C
  18. Ceres
  19. Chase
  20. Churchill
  21. Coral
  22. Corgi
  23. Escapade(s)
  24. Evans
  25. Everest
  26. Fox
  27. FSA
  28. Go
  29. Goldfish
  30. Hotwire
  31. Iceland
  32. Infozip
  33. Jorvik
  34. Just ...
  35. Kenco
  36. Littlewoods
  37. Lloyds
  38. Maplins
  39. Mars
  40. Mercury
  41. Mice
  42. Monarch
  43. Morgan
  44. Nissan
  45. NSF
  46. Oasis
  47. Ofcom
  48. Palladium
  49. Panorama
  50. Paragon
  51. Paramount
  52. Parker
  53. Polo
  54. Regency
  55. Replika
  56. Ritz
  57. Rock
  58. Savoy
  59. Smith
  60. Swift
  61. Toffs
  62. Toyah
  63. Trek
  64. Vanish
  65. Vista
  66. Vulcan
  67. Warner
  68. World of ...
  69. Xanadu
  70. Xyroth
  71. Yahoo
  72. Yellow Pages
  73. Zara
  74. Zenith
  75. Zyra


If you would like to name adding to the list, please feel free to contact me

REGISTER YOUR NAME HERE - This anti-displacementist system allows you to register your name even if someone else also has that name.

News (2003/08) : The Alternative Name Registration System takes a step nearer to International recognition by having its own domain suffix. It would be nice to have a new independent country-code, but in the meantime we have got www.the.real.name