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Announcement   Announcement : Individual Computers gets new domain name
   posted by _Steve_ on 15-Feb-2003 23:11:12 (1537 reads)
After many months and a lot of effort for a new domain name, we recieved good news today: You can now reach our website under ami.ga.

The toplevel-domain server of the republic of Gabon was not always online in the past week, so the new name might not be available all over the world immediately. This problem should be solved in a couple of hours, after the caches of local nameservers have been updated.
    

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