Jakob Eriksson <ja...@aurorasystems.eu> writes:
> "someone" registered that domain for PicoLisp, then did not renew the fee.
> When it was expired, the domain was snatched (like most expired
> domains are)
> by one of these companies which do nothing else but buy expired domains and
> resell them.
> The boilerplate text is just random junk to keep the page in google's
> to keep the value of the domain up a tiny little bit.
I see ... but I must say that the 'random junk' looks pretty good, with
a different title like 'PoetsClub' or so it would make a nice webpage.
> On October 27, 2014 at 9:49 AM Thorsten Jolitz
> <tjol...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi List,
>> have you seen this website:
>> | http://www.picolisp.org/
>> Its a nice looking website, but I cannot see no connection to PicoLisp
>> whatsover. Or does 'picolisp' have other no technical meanings to native
>> English speakers?
>> Even the camel case they use is the same as in PicoLisp, maybe Alex
>> should sue them for copyrights violations ... ;-)