The localization (or lack thereof) of global city websites

A number of cities around the world have adopted bespoke top-level domains, such as . NYC, . Tokyo and . London and . Vegas

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Web globalization geek and co-founder of Byte Level Research. Author of Think Outside the Country and The Tourist Trail. Co-founder of Ashland Creek Press.

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John Yunker

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Web globalization geek and co-founder of Byte Level Research. Author of Think Outside the Country and The Tourist Trail. Co-founder of Ashland Creek Press.

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