This website is now available at both and Officially, my
website is now

Why? Because the iPhone has a “.com” button on its

Well, there’s another reason too. It’s because the .info domain was
registered a long time ago by a sponsor when I was a student (and I
couldn’t afford it myself), and now I’m not able to convince the
sponsor to transfer the domain name to me. So, as a backup option, I
registered the .com name and both web addresses are now equivalent.

To sum it up, if some day the .info domain is not reachable, try the
.com one.

5 thoughts on “Alias

  1. Put in a permanent 301 redirect to the .com domain from the .info domain RIGHT NOW. Inform all people subscribed to your RSS feed as well, so that they link to the feed from the .com site.

    In no time, the .info domain will become irrelevant.

  2. @PizzaDude: The URLs are going to keep working, but it would be better to resubscribe, just change the URL of the feed from ‘.info’ to ‘.com’ :)

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