The "kids.us" doesn't have much support, other than from parents and lawmakers. 1,700 names were reserved at the outset, but only 21 websites have bothered to jump through the myriad of content hoops to guarantee the TLD and pony up the $400 to get it set up. While Congress had good intentions when setting up the rules, I can't help but bet some great websites out there would benefit from being in kids.us, but were discouraged by the rules. I mean, come on -- one of the rules is that you can't link to anything but another kids.us website? Chicken, meet egg, let the debate begin.
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