Ok, maybe it's not all that funny, but it did amuse me. John Yunker writes in Global by Design about Montenegro's new top level domain name. (If you're wondering, a top level domain name is the .com, .org, .net, etc. in a Web address). Montenegro's domain name is .me. Yunker imagines some of the potential Web addresses people will create using .me:
A country has the option of selling its national domain name to foreign citizens if it chooses, and if Montenegro elects to sell access to .me, look for a land grab of investors creating Web addresses like this.
Posted by Aaron Bowen