DNS Start-Up Helps Users Avoid Domain Name Typos

With the cleverness of a Wall Street arbitrageur, a 25-year-old anthropology graduate from Washington University in St. Louis has figured out how to use DNS numbers to make a business out of the propensity of Web surfers to make simple typing errors. Moreover, he has done it in a way that has not outraged the band of gray-bearded technical designers of the original Internet, which in itself is no simple feat and plays no small part in his success.

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