On Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 21:46, Hidekazu Nozaka <hide / netlab.jp> wrote:

> The service is called "Minituku"* and is available at www.minituku.net.
...
> *) "Mi ni tsuku" is a Japanese phrase which means "to master".

Why drop the s and not use minitsuku.net?  It's available, and will be
less confusing to those who actually know Japanese.  (Or you could use
both, with one redirecting to the other.)  For that matter,
minitsuku.jp and .gr.jp are also available.

-Dave (watashi wa, nihongo o sukoshi hanashimasu)

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