Haha, Ive wondered the exact same thing, its really weird. Like, when you pay a place to register a domain, what exactly is it that they are doing?
Questions of the unknown. I wounder the same thing. Mainly the one about the domain names. But things will never makes sense.
Since these people give us the right to use the domains for only 5 years at the max. they must have permanent access to these things
Also, with which domain registrar did yahoo register theirs
Because it cannot be domains.yahoo.com because that was started recently
Where did google register theirs?
Any idea people???
apparently you have heared of em... but who did network solutions register with?
yes, I agree that most people regard internet as web things, but actually, after enjoying internet for a while, you will find this is too huge for you to mater, and more, there always too much more interestings than what we could imagine.
I always assumed that they just host it themselves. The providers have a server, and they can lend some of it to people who buy websites from them. Meanwhile, they use their own server to host their site.
ICANN is in charge of creating and managing top-level domains such as .com or .net.
As for how it all got started, one used to have to enter the IP adress of a website in order to access it.
Wow... the mystery is solved. As for all these links, I'm sure you guys already had em around, but good find still!