You may be wondering, “what the hell is up with your website? It doesn’t end in .com anymore.” You’d be right. The ending of a URL is called a “TLD”, which stands for a “top level domain”. Top level domains can be virtually anything, although for some reason craploads of regulations are put in place for what can go after the period in domain names. “.dev” is a newer such one, created by Google. I recommend you check these out if you’re interested.
Anyway, I decided to pick up “gmr.dev” and use it for a bit and see if I like it. Everything pointing to the old “gmrgames.com” domain still works perfectly and will redirect seamlessly to “gmr.dev” for now until I decide if I want to keep it or not.
Feel free to contact me at “email@example.com”. 😉
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