A German entrepreneur sometime next year hopes he will be able to boast, "Ich bin ein dot-Berliner."
The businessman, Dirk Krischenowski, is bidding to make his city the first in the world with its own domain name: .berlin. Berlin's businesses and citizens will flock to the domain because millions of people regard the hip European city as a part of their identities, he believes.
Read full story: Wired News
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