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a901b316aa16f4951962b4a6bdbbdd40f6adf1bc — williamvds 1 year, 1 month ago 03396f3
blog: domain hacks: mention acceptance by registrars
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Of course, this website is itself guilty of using a TLD in an unintended manner
\- _.me_ is for Montenegro, but here it instead represents a personal website.
This hack is commonly used to the point where the semantics of the TLD have been
de-facto overloaded, so I thought it was an acceptable choice for my own
personal website.
This hack is so commonly used to the point that this alternate meaning for the
TLD is widely accepted, and even [touted by the registrars](https://domain.me).
Thus, I thought it was an acceptable choice for my own personal website.

Ideally there would be an TLD that better applied to a generic personal website.
There are some other TLDs I considered, before I eventually settled on _.me_ as