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During the dot-com heydays of the late 20th century, the domain name Cool.com sold for a cool chunk of money. This transaction prompted me to think that the domain name VeryCool.com would be very cool to own. I checked its availability and learned that it was taken. Refusing to be denied, I checked the availability of the VeryVeryCool.com domain name only to find that it too was taken. Again, refusing to be denied, I added another very to the domain name and on 15 May 2000 registered VeryVeryVeryCool.com.

[update::2010.05.14] VeryVeryVeryCool.com was renewed for another year on 14 May 2010.

[update::2011.05.13] VeryVeryVeryCool.com was renewed for another year on 13 May 2011.

[update::2012.05.14] VeryVeryVeryCool.com was renewed for another year on 14 May 2012.

[update::2013.05.13] VeryVeryVeryCool.com was renewed for another year on 13 May 2013.

[update::2014.05.15] I let the VeryVeryVeryCool.com domain name die. The website is now at: http://azfoo.net/veryveryverycool.com

Update::2012.05.14::VeryVeryVeryCool.com Becomes a Teenager Next Year

The VeryVeryVeryCool.com domain name was register right after the peak of the dot-com speculative period. On Friday, 10 March 2000, the NASDAQ hit its all-time high of 5132.52 before closing at 5048.62. On 15 May 2000, the day VeryVeryVeryCool.com was registered for the first time, the NASDAQ closed at 3607.65. On VeryVeryVeryCool.com's 12th anniversary, 15 May 2012, the NASDAQ closed at 2893.76.