double hyphens

Apparently double hyphens have been allowed in domain names for a few
months now (the previous rule had been that you couldn’t have two
adjacent hyphens)

Opens up some new posibilities

would you really want a double hyphen name? I’ve seen a few of them drop,
but I never understood why someone would want one. maybe for search
engine reasons?


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“Winston D. Neutel” <winston@dramaturgy.net> wrote in message
news:9fep9q$5j3$1@constitution.worldwebserver.com
> Apparently double hyphens have been allowed in domain names for a few
> months now (the previous rule had been that you couldn’t have two
> adjacent hyphens)
>
> Opens up some new posibilities