Mr Webname said:Maybe for me my "domain" is that little area of the lounge where my recliner is situated and around which "she who must be obeyed" allows me to have a measure of freedom! :-D
Wm. M. said:And in the latest overture (July), the keyword "domain" (by itself) has finally eclipsed all the others ("domain" registration, "domain" names, etc.) Never seen that before!!
adoptabledomains said:To anyone in networing, it isn't just a name, but a group of networked computers that can communicate with each other (normally a Windows domain). In the latest version of Windows server software, a FQDN (fully qualified domain name) would be a named computer domain using an internet resolvable domain name that is named in intenet DNS.
NickRac said:I think of my home town where I hang out and all of that.
aZooZa said:In this (DNF) context, the word 'domain' to me means a parcel of internet real estate. Some domains are out in the boondocks, and some are on 5th Avenue, so to speak. Translated to English, I'm saying it's like a plot of land. Some are in the remote Scottish highlands, and some are on Regent Street.
This analogy relates to both price, value and traffic.