The Domain Name System of the Internet consists of a set of top-level domains which constitute the root domain of the hierarchical name space and database. In the growth of the Internet, it became desirable to expand the set of initially six generic top-level domains in 1984. As a result new top-level domain names have been proposed for implementation by ICANN. Such proposals included a variety of models ranging from adoption of policies for unrestricted gTLDs that could be registered by anyone for any purpose, to chartered gTLDs for specialized uses by specialized organizations. In October 2000, ICANN published a list of proposals for top-level domain strings it had received.
.ln and .le - Currently being sold by Dennis Hope's "Lunar Embassy Commission" alongside .lunar, .moon, .venus, .mars, .jupiter, .saturn, .uranus, .neptune, .pluto, .space. People who purchase novelty deeds for outer space property from him are also given free domains. None of these TLDs are supported at present by root servers.
It is commonly known amongst fan circles that "The Kids" was written and performed during the 1993Emergency on Planet Earth tour. It may either have been an outtake from the album, or simply a song written after the album was fully produced and released. The live version of the track played during the tour had a different chorus when compared to the official album version. After "The Kids" was recorded with previous drummer, Nick Van Gelder, Derrick McKenzie replaced Nick, and all tracks from the Space Cowboy recording sessions were re-recorded with McKenzie on drums, aside from "The Kids", on which van Gelder's drumming remains. The song was probably left to be because of time constraints related to the mastering process, production and release.
Kids is a song by SwedishDJStyle of Eye, featuring Soso and an uncredited appearance from Elliphant. Released on December 10, 2013 worldwide (excluding the United Kingdom), it was his fourth and final single of 2013. In the United Kingdom, it was released on March 16, 2014.
Adventure is a video game for the Atari 2600video game console, released at Christmas time in 1979 or 1980. In the game, the player controls a square avatar whose quest is to hunt an open world environment for a magical chalice, returning it to the golden castle. The game world is populated by roaming enemies: dragons, which can eat the avatar; and a bat, which randomly steals and hides items around the game world.
Adventure was conceived as a graphical version of the 1977 text adventure Colossal Cave Adventure. It took developer Warren Robinett approximately one year to design and code the game, during which time he had to overcome a variety of technical limitations in the Atari 2600 console hardware. In this game, he introduced the first widely known video game Easter egg, a secret room containing text crediting himself for the game's creation.
As the first action-adventure and console fantasy game, and with more than one million vintage copies sold, Adventure inspired the creation of those genres. It has been included in numerous Atari 2600 game collections.
You can also visit the TreeAdventure at Arbor DayFarm, walk around the Arbor LodgeState Historical Park and stop by the beautiful Lied Lodge & Conference Center. The TreeAdventure is an especially good place to go if you have kids; there's so much learning and fun! If you’re heading to Nebraska City with just adults, many of the orchards also produce wine you can taste and enjoy onsite....
Brian Sandoval said at the lodge's grand opening earlier this week ... The 169,000-square-foot lodge has a spa and salon, a 200-seat bistro and bar, a ballroom, an adventure center, kids camp, high-end shops and a lakefront swimming pool....