Domainr has been out for a few days, and so far the response has been overwhelmingly positive. Some of our favorites:
“Domain name search engine Domainr suggests web site addresses that make clever use of non-.com top level domains, subdomains, and folders, like del.icio.us, burri.to, or stop.spamming.us.”
“Domainr is a new search engine that helps you explore top level domains to find unique domains, letting you know if those domains are available for purchase.”
“In the past, you might have used one site to come up with a slick web address that uses a fancy top-level domain, and then another one to see whether your new creation is available. Domainr condenses the whole process into one step.”
“What this site does, then, is let you explore all these sites that have strayed from the conventional domain names format along with the traditional ones. This elastic search tool also intends to provide a comprehensive overview of websites, as it covers both top-level domains and those who might not be that popular or attract that much traffic.”
“This is a killer interface. If it gets the behind the scenes stuff problems, others have already mentioned here, taken care of, it will get used a lot.”
“Find domain names for your projects beyond the big three.”
…and last but not least, thanks to Andy Baio for his much-referred link!