ICANN has agreeed to allow registrations in 7 new top level domains (out of 44 proposed TLDs). In my opinion, the choices are pretty lame. They put off a tough fight over the .web TLD by not accepting anyone’s bid to open it. In a typical big business versus the little guy fight, a consortium of sleazy companies operating under the moronic name Afilias tried to obtain .web, even though one of the other bidders, Image Online, has been registering domains in .web for the past few years without the support of ICANN, Network Solutions, or really anyone else. The money guys at Afilias did manage to snag .info. They’ll be allowing an early land rush for trademark holders before they open up the domain registry to the public.