Labyrinth - An intricate configuration of interconnecting passages through which it is difficult to find one's way; a maze-like structure. The term can also be used as a metaphor for the intricate and convoluted network infrastructure that comprises the internet.
In Greek Mythology, the Labyrinth was the maze in which the Minotaur was confined. Since then, the name has been attributed to numerous organisations, societies, companies, games, books, movies and a host of other things.
Dictionary dot coms
Dictionary dot coms are in limited supply these days, which means they're not so easy to acquire. In addition, they're brandable and usually come with a certain degree of inherent traffic, which tends to make them pretty sought after amongst the usual online startup crowd and business multitude alike.
This web space has been thrown together from scatch pretty quickly. It will eventually become some kind of code and design project, but until then, this place-setter will have to suffice. :)
Welcome to Labyrinth Online
Online Since 1991
The domain name "Labyrinth.com" has been privately owned and in continuous use since January 1991. Internet historians have estimated that at the beginning of 1991, fewer than 1500 of the 100 million plus dot coms existed.
Back then, the user-friendly World Wide Web - as it is known today - was still in a beta phase of sorts, so the general public didn't know what the internet was, let alone how to register a domain name. In fact, billions of dollars worth of names, like "Media.com," were yet to materialise.
I'll assume some of you have arrived here after conducting a "WhoIs" search on one of my other web properties awaiting development, some of which are included below:
For those wishing to make a professional enquiry, or to just say "hello," feel free to do so. If you're looking to make a specific purchase enquiry, please be aware that I receive quite a few, so it'll help if you do some research into domain prices and include an offer. My contact address is above. :)