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Act for March 27, 2006

We get an exotic dot in the google page URL, this creates a sub-sub domain looking URL that is actually the same as the dot-less version. Extra dot's mean nothing just like gmail, but they can be used to identify pages just like you can id the mail.

Makes me think of the 200 different strange looking URLs for our 360 blog. They all ended up in google, Google stored entire yahoo 360 a few 100 times now.

All duplicate content, which is the real url? Could it be neither?