Nerdcore@goatse.cx: Goatse is Mail-Service now

Da hat einer vor ein paar Jahren die Domain Goatse.cx gekauft und bastelt daraus jetzt einen Mailservice. Ich hab’ mich grade sowas von angemeldet: „An email address like no other, launching in November 2012 for limited release. Your favourite email host meets Goatse…“ Der Mann plant außerdem noch einen URL-Shortener. Man sieht also: Die Domain passt zu einem weit dehnbaren Themenrektumspektrum. Mailen bis der Arsch platzt… ich hör’ ja schon auf.

The Goatse relaunch is work of an Australian I.T. consultant whom we’ll “Jonathan.” (He’d prefer not to have his real name associated with Goatse on Google for the rest of his life.) Jonathan says he bought the Goatse.cx domain in 2008 for the impressive sum of “around 8,000 euros” ($10,200) from a Canadian man on a late-night whim. Goatse.cx had been empty since the government of the Christmas Islands, which controls the .cx top-level domain, got wind of the infamous photo under their purview and took the original site offline in 2004.

“To be honest I sort of regretted it, after buying it,” Jonathan said. “I bought this at 12 o’clock at night. Shortly after I bought it i wrote it off as a loss. It’s like buying a painting.” Now Jonathan is hoping to recoup at least some of his loss through the email project.

Own a Piece of Disgusting Internet History With Your Very Own Goatse Email Address