Categories Asides WP.com Post author By Matt Post date April 24, 2009 15 Comments on WP.com Automattic / WordPress.com now has WP.com! Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← WordPress CodeSniffer → Wired Joins the Family 15 replies on “WP.com” What are you going to do with it? I think a built-in TinyURL service is in order….;) Another tinyurl service??? NO KIDDING! I dont want to see so many web app applica everywhere like those social service bookmarking like digg and delicious… My suggestion is, make WP.com a one of a kind wordpress user or other blogging service’s “global posts aggregation system”, by it mean what it does is simply index all the post in the world. make it the best blog post/comment search engine in the whole world ever ever ever!!!! congratulations! Good news! Congrats for the ‘new’ domain! How much did you buy from Yahoo? Now buy WP.org. 😀 great domain, i think i’ll open a beer to celebrate. 🙂 Congrats Matt, and Automattic! 🙂 I have a feeling the domain will be used very well. (I commented on the official blog and it never showed up.) I know that a URL shortener is going to be the most common suggestion, but that would be dull. I think building some kind of mobile site would be cool. For people into domains, by the way, I might be willing to sell sco.tt. You could be as cool as Ma.tt! Damn this global economic thingamajig! good job? LMAO Congrats. Getting your new short domain feels so good, doesn’t it? Cool. I am sure the real owner didn’t gift you this. 🙂 By the way, now try getting hold on wp.info … sometimes spamming is also necessary 😉 thats … hot !!! WP.Com … hummm … now the brain is thinking … Congrats man!! Oh I remember you musing about this on IRC or wherever it was. Amazing coup. Please please let folks use it in their blog’s address, as in ****.wp.com, instead of or in addition to wordpress.com. A lot more folks, myself included, would be willing to blog through WordPress.com if the address was simpler. I always wondered why it wasn’t wp.com to begin with. Congrats on the acquisition! Comments are closed.