The war isn't over yet. But British geeks are already hatching a cockeyed plan to auction off Iraqi Internet domains -- and give the proceeds to the rebuilding effort.Brian McWilliams reports for Wired News that this "Committee for Information Technology Reconstruction in Iraq" thinks it can raise up to $10 million by selling ".iq" domains, because the "country-code suffix connotes high intelligence... For example, members of Mensa International could snap up addresses ending in @high.iq"Does this strike anyone else as being incredibly stupid?
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