"first" computer on the internet
eric at brouhaha.com
Sun Jul 20 11:59:06 CDT 2008
Dan Gahlinger wrote:
> wasn't there a point in time around 1994-1996 where you *HAD* to use the "www" for domains, no matter what?
No. It was always a convention for DNS entries, nothing more. It was
always possible for a site to use non-www names for web servers.
It may be more common now for web sites to have names without the www,
or to have two names that resolve to the same server, one with and one
without the www.
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