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"Actual use: A few job-related sites are active in this domain as of late 2005" I just did a google search for: site:.jobs and it returned 21,200 results.--Ortho 14:23, 5 May 2006 (UTC)
- And with but a little patience ( aka Time ) it now returns 39,100,000 results. I'm just guessing that between those two points the better fit would not be linear, but exponential. WurmWoodeT 23:08, 4 January 2015 (UTC)
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pointless waste of time, energy, and general shit
so, why hasn't anyone written that this tld is a pointless waste of time, energy, and shit? seriously what's the fucking point? the arguments put forward are very poor. i've seen only one .jobs domain since 2005, and that's today. and it's a country.jobs. seems like it would cost virtually nothing to run, so any money coming in is going to be pure profit for the company that runs it. which is the only reason i can think of for it to exist at all. so, anyone got any ideas as to how to formulate that into encyclopedic writing?