Saturday, October 11, 2003

US Bureau of Engraving and Printing

What is it with so many U.S. government agencies with .com websites? They have the whole .gov to themselves, they are they only government in the world who can use it. (Same thing goes for .mil.) There seems to be some idea in the public sector that .gov and .mil domains are good enough for their employees to look at, but that anything viewed by the general public has to be a .com because all of us stupid citizens out here think that if it isn't a .com it isn't a real website.