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Saturday, April 13

The new weblog is now online! Visit http://www.mssv.net to see it. This weblog will no longer be updated (which is a good thing, since the software was broken in a recent server move) although the archives will remain.

Monday, April 8

I think it's appropriate to say now that I don't really feel the urge to update my weblog that often any more. There are two reasons for why someone might want to post a weblog entry, in general.

1) They have something interesting to say, and they have the time in which to write it up
2) They're bored

Usually, at least one of these conditions is fulfilled with passing regularity in my life. Due to a number of recent factors (some fortunate, some unfortunate), I just don't have the time to write stuff up. This is not because I'm bored - on the contrary, I've been doing quite a bit. In the last few weeks I've learnt skiing (managed a red run on my fifth day), read a decent amount of 'proper' books and started to read more interesting stuff on the Internet. I also have a girlfriend.

Books I've read/am reading: Nonzero, Axiomatic, The Emperor's New Mind, Schild's Ladder, Dark Light and The Years of Rice and Salt.

Another problem is that a lot of the stuff that I want to write wouldn't interested people here. I've had a lot of ideas popping up in my head about all sorts of different things, and I think a fresh start in a new sort of weblog would help me express them. What I'm imagining is a differentially updated weblog, consisting of three columns. Column 1 would be updated daily, but with single links or very brief comments. Column 2 would be updated every three days or so, and consist of personal everyday musings, with perhaps paragraph-length posts. Column 3 would be updated weekly, and have page or multiple-page length posts. It would for the greater part concentrate on my new pet thought-hobby, Massively Multiuser Online Entertainment (no, I'm not going to explain that here), but would occasionally discuss various neato biological things.

As I think that there would be a fair number of people interested in Column 3, I'd probably rename the weblog to something memorable, descriptive and snappy like Massive* and register a new domain for it. All my personal stuff would remain at Vavatch. Is this overcomplicated? Probably. It's just that I don't think that an address at vavatch.co.uk is appropriate for this new weblog.

*Unsurprisingly, you can't register any domain called 'massive' since it is a dictionary word. I tried 'mssv', with which I had more success but someone has gone and registered www.mssv.com (but I'd only have to pay $250(!) to buy it. Yeah, right). So mssv.net it is, then.

When will all of this be done? Maybe in a few days, when I'm feeling sufficiently bored. I doubt it will take long to set up - I'll go and use a template CSS design for the layout and just throw on Moveable Type for administration. Nice and easy.

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Sunday, March 17

Life in Cambridge - a guide for MIT students. It's not too inaccurate, and it has some handy tips ("[Take] dark trousers: It gets muddy, and if you ride over puddles with your bike, youre going to get spots on everything") along with the weird ones ("Windpants. To put over your normal trousers if you have to ride your bike in the rain").

This page depresses me though - it basically says that everything in Cambridge and indeed the entire United Kingdom is 1.5 times more expensive than America. It's something that I already knew, but I don't like to be reminded of it. At least I should be able to reap the benefits if/when I go to America this summer.

They say, "Email isnt nearly used as much as at MIT," which leads me to wonder exactly how excessive the MIT email use is.

-1: good or bad? / forum / 09:24 pm GMT


Friday, March 15

"By three or four years, children are essentially grammatically correct; in the case of auxiliaries, where there are 2.4 x 10^19 logically possible combinations, only around a hundred are actually grammatical - yet preschoolers made no errors in constructing auxiliaries (Strumswold, 1990)."

Beside this point in one of my short notes essays, my supervisor wrote, 'Interesting!'

-3: good or bad? / forum / 03:09 pm GMT


I just had one of those wonderfully engaging arguments that all students have about the nature of politics. It was particularly good because all participants had strongly held and sometimes widely differing views, which eventually split us into a anti/pro-communistic schism.

I won't go into the details of the argument since that'd spoil the enjoyment you get from your own, but we did come up with some very amusing standard terms which we used in our debate, namely 'shit shoveller', 'racing driver', 'potatoes' and 'people who mark the tests'.

For example: "So in your communism, I've just taken an aptitude test and been told that all I'm good for is shit shovelling. When I complain to the guy who marks the test, 'Why can't I be a racecar driver?' he replies 'Because you only scored 5% on the racecar driver test but 100% on the shit shoveller test, and in any case, you both get to eat the same number of potatoes so stop complaining.'"

And so, with only a few variations upon these four universal themes of communism and capitalism, you can describe entire political ideologies (e.g. 'What if I say I want leeks, not potatoes?' and '...But that'd just mean that all the shit shovellers would go on strike - in a communist country - because they want to become racecar drivers, and people wouldn't get their potatoes because all the shit building up in the streets would interfere with the potato delivery mechanism in some small but eventually critical role!')

Ah, fun times...

-3: good or bad? / forum / 01:12 am GMT


Tuesday, March 12

In a bizarre twist to the whole 'dressing up as fruit' saga in the Volvic A Touch of Fruit campaign, I just received an email from a guy who is designing a brief for a relaunch of the Volvic fruit-flavored water campaign asking for opinions and photos. Such is the power of the Internet, that a person who dresses up as an orange is being asked for advice.

-2: good or bad? / forum / 08:27 pm GMT


Just picked The Second Angel from my local cheap bookstore, Galloway & Porter, for 2 (incidentally, if anyone wants paperback copies of LtW for only 3, they have loads there).

What The Matrix is to films, The Second Angel by Philip Kerr is to novels - in other words, it's an SF novel that passes itself off as something else and so gets praise from non-SF readers.

This is a bit of a shame considering that it has at least one or two interesting ideas - it's set in 2069 in a world where 80% of the population has a virus akin to HIV called P2, originally spread by blood transfusions. The remaining 20% of the population practices 'autologous' blood donation (in other words, donating blood for your own personal future use); there is also a market for blood as those infected with P2 can be cured with a complete blood change and a few expensive medicines. However, at something like $1.7 million/litre, this cure is beyond the reach of most.

I won't comment on the biological basis of the book, because it doesn't withstand any more than a cursory examination, no matter how many long words he puts in; this is the problem - most of the scientific stuff in the book makes sense, but it all gets spoilt by a few humdingers of nonsense. I wouldn't be too bothered about this if the novel didn't take itself so seriously, but it does.

Since this book is a 'futuristic thriller' (i.e. marketed to the non-SF audience), Kerr has seen fit to litter the novel with footnotes explaining technical terms. In fact, in the first couple of chapters I think probably 10% or more of the text is comprised of footnotes. Why does he do this? I haven't seen this practiced in such volume in any decent SF novel - most authors are good enough to weave explanations in the plot. Kerr is just doing disguised data-dumping.

Even worse, the footnotes are needlessly dense. For example, for the footnote for 'K', he puts 'Kelvin. The SI unit of thermodynamic temperature.'

Is it really necessary to say 'thermodynamic'? I'm not even sure what that means. There are also long and irrelevant digressions into the etymology and meaning of words such as 'utopia'. I think the most amusing one I read was the footnose for the Armstrong Center on the Moon, which says 'Named after Neil Armstrong, the first man on the Moon.'

Anyway, enough with the footnotes. The story centres around the world's best designer of security defences for the huge blood banks on Earth and the Moon (the defences are also laughably feeble for banks that store trillions of dollars worth of blood - I for one believe that the Culture could whip up a superior design in a few minutes). His daughter contracts a disease which necessitates regular transfusions of uninfected blood, and if he paid for treatment he'd go broke in two years. Consequently, his company views this as a possible security problem as he could get bribed, and decide to kill him and his family. No, I don't see the logic either.

He survives, his family dies, he decides to get revenge by breaking into a blood bank and assembles a motley crew of two dimensional loveable rogues. Add a stereotypical enemy and an uninspiring hero and the only thing that could save this novel is good ideas and science, which it is sorely lacking. Sure, the scenario isn't bad and the science isn't *too* offensive in its inaccuracy, but it's nothing we haven't seen before.

For some reason, the New York Times says, "Embracing the wonder and terror of existence by exploring the intricacies of quantum physics, gene theory and computer technology... his most intellectually satisfying novel yet." I can only conclude that the reviewer had never read a decent SF novel before.

It is telling that the bio in this book says his last four novels, including this one (bought for $2.5 million!?), are in development for film. This is not surprising, as they read as if they were intended for the screen. None have actually been produced, though. Why? Because they're shite.

Well, no. I've read another of Kerr's novels, A Philosophical Investigation - it was pretty good, actually. Set in the near-future, it didn't have as much in-your-face science and the characters were much more realistic. I get the feeling that The Second Angel was written far too quickly as a money spinner. The sad thing is, it probably did make a lot of money, and it received favourable reviews. I personally believe that a more telling measure of the novel's success can be found from the tone of the Amazon USA reviews.

-1: good or bad? / forum / 04:31 pm GMT


Saturday, March 2

I've been suffering from something of a book drought these last few days and have consequently had to resort to re-reading White Mars (which is as bad a book as I remembered it to be) and selected parts of The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke (which is as good as I remembered it to be).

But my brain needed new material, so I went off to my favourite bookshop to investigate; unfortunately, while they did have some great value books, I already owned them. A bit depressed from this lack of reading material, I sat in front of my computer and typed in "diamond age" etext into Google. A few clicks later and I had a full copy of The Diamond Age (an excellent SF novel by Neal Stephenson) on my computer, as well as a copy of Neuromancer by William Gibson for later perusal.

How do I feel about this? Well, my immediate feeling was of pleasure that I had something decent to read. Then came the faint nagging suspicion that perhaps the download of novels from the Internet isn't the most moral behaviour you can engage in (and let us not talk of MP3s either!). So I eventually resolved to buy these books when I have the chance - reading books on acomputer using an LCD screen and Cleartype is perfectly good on the eyes, but the experience of actually owning a physical book is something that won't be readily replaced by a bunch of bits on a solid state device, and this is coming from someone who'll be the first in line to buy a flexible electronic ink reader.

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Wednesday, February 27

Children exhibit some rather peculiar beliefs when they are young. In the phase of mental development that some call preoperational thought, which lasts from about two to six years old, children are non-conservative. This has nothing to do with political ideologies; instead it refers to children's perception of reality.

There's a very interesting experiment you can do with non-conserving children (if you have one handy, it might be educational to try it out yourself). Get two identically shaped glasses, and fill them up with equal amounts of water. Obviously this should be done in the guise of a game or something or else the kid is going to be a bit confused. Make the child agree that there is an equal amount of water in the glasses. Now, get a long, thin glass, and pour the contents of one of the glasses into it. The long thin glasses should have a higher level of water than the other glass, but of course it has the same volume of water.

Does the child agree that there is an equal amount of water in the glasses though? No. Why not? Because one of the glasses (the long thin one) is filled to a higher level. Very strange.

You can do this sort of thing with lines of sweets, where you get two lines of equal numbers of sweets, which the child will agree are equal, then then spread one line out so that it is longer (the child thinks that there's more sweets in that line - even after counting them).

So you might think, "Oh, this isn't surprising, they're only kids, and no wonder they think that length or height equates to amount." But why 'no wonder'? Why do children suddenly undergo a qualitative change in thinking at about six years old, such that they suddenly become non-conserving and are able to answer these questions properly?

We were shown a very amusing video that showed two kids of the same age arguing over whether two equally long pencil were in fact equally long. The experimenters had placed the kids at opposite ends of a table and places the pencils perpendicular to the children, parallel but slightly staggered next to each other. This meant that each child would see that one of the pencils was slightly further away from him than the other - but of course the pencil in question would differ between the two children since they are looking from opposite directions. They were told to decide amongst themselves which pencil was longer, and when they did they would have to call their teacher and put the pencils back in the way they found them.

Get two non-conserver kids to do this, and much hilarity ensues as each fervently claims that the pencil furthest away from them in longest. If you get one conserver and one non-conserver in (both of the same age - the transition period is variable between individuals), then the situation is more interesting. In nearly all cases, the conserver can prove to the non-conserver that the pencils are equal in length, usually by simply moving the pencils so that they are next to each other. The thing is, non-conservers use logic to bring their partners around, whereas conservers use power (physical or blackmail).

It strikes me that this conservation problem is a rather good analogy when used against any two people with diametrically opposing viewpoints on emotive issues. It's thought that conservers really do believe what they say ('The pencil on the right is longer because it's higher!') because they are more concerned with the appearance of the situation instead of the reality. From their point of view, they are correct - the pencil on the right does seem to be longer. Same for conservers - they know that the pencil on their left does seem to be longer, but they know that in reality it is not. What we have here is a transition from thinking about appearance to reality.

Sometimes I wonder how interesting this might seem to super-intelligent aliens, if they went and kidnapped two people of opposing viewpoints and watched them battle it out on video. They'd probably have a good laugh.

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Thursday, February 21

My memory bothers me. In the course of a day, I'll read or hear or think about several really interesting subjects that I know I have to remember, perhaps to look up on the Internet or to write down here or to talk about to friends. If I remember more than one of those subjects, it's a pretty good day. It's not as if I have a particularly bad memory; I've taken part in tests during experimental psychology practicals and I have a perfectly fine digit-span, short term memory, above-average recall and recognition.

It's just not good enough though; I don't feel like I have enough time to write about everything I think of on a notepad, and speaking them out loud tends to dissolve my already tenuous thought processes, so any kind of dictaphone isn't a solution. So the end result of all of this is that I have a nagging feeling that I'm missing something interesting. I tend to remember all the really important stuff that needs doing, but they aren't usually very interesting.

I guess the reason for this general rambling about my memory is due to my being superbly busy over the last few weeks (I had to get up at 5:30am for a rowing outing this morning - when I say never again, I mean it this time). I haven't had much of a chance to talk to any friends in recent days either, since they've also been busy or ill or whatnot. Add a particularly knotty social problem onto this which is fast becoming my Number One Irritation of 2002 and it doesn't make for a particularly good situation.

Anyway. Things are calming down on my end and I'm feeling much better now so weblog updates will be resuming from today, and I think I'm going to water my ficus plant now.

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    域名品种 最新价 涨跌幅 涨跌额 昨天最低价 流通总数量 流通总市值 域名总数量 域名总市值 近期行情走势
    四声母COM 8480 -0.22% -19 8499 15495 1.31亿 160000 13.57亿 行情走势
    四声母CN 1596 +1.66% +26 1570 10929 1744万 160000 2.55亿 行情走势
    四声母COM.CN 557 -- -- 557 13942 777万 160000 8912万 行情走势
    四声母NET 850 +1.43% +12 838 10561 898万 160000 1.36亿 行情走势
    四声母CC 245 +8.41% +19 226 16466 403万 160000 3920万 行情走势
    四声母NET.CN 145 -- -- 145 4061 59万 160000 2320万 行情走势
    四字母COM 1480 -- -- 1480 15789 2337万 456976 6.76亿 行情走势
    四字母CN 123 +4.24% +5 118 89340 1099万 456976 5621万 行情走势
    四数字COM 100000 -- -- 100000 700 7000万 10000 10.00亿 行情走势
    四数字CN 5188 -- -- 5188 1004 521万 10000 5188万 行情走势
    四数字COM.CN 799 -- -- 799 1601 128万 10000 799万 行情走势
    四数字NET 2500 -- -- 2500 611 153万 10000 2500万 行情走势
    四数字ORG 500 -- -- 500 879 44万 10000 500万 行情走势
    四数字CC 1688 -- -- 1688 1446 244万 10000 1688万 行情走势
    四数字BIZ 255 +27.50% +55 200 299 8万 10000 255万 行情走势
    四数字WANG 319 -- -- 319 1116 36万 10000 319万 行情走势
    四数字TOP 258 +0.78% +2 256 375 10万 10000 258万 行情走势
    四数字不带04COM 248888 +8.74% +20000 228888 358 8910万 4096 10.19亿 行情走势
    四数字不带04CN 13876 -- -- 13876 339 470万 4096 5684万 行情走势
    四数字不带04COM.CN 3100 -- -- 3100 508 157万 4096 1270万 行情走势
    四数字不带04NET 5888 -- -- 5888 316 186万 4096 2412万 行情走势
    四数字不带04ORG 999 -- -- 999 498 50万 4096 409万 行情走势
    四数字不带04CC 6688 -- -- 6688 398 266万 4096 2739万 行情走势
    四数字不带04NET.CN 250 -- -- 250 463 12万 4096 102万 行情走势
    四数字不带04BIZ 1100 -- -- 1100 190 21万 4096 451万 行情走势
    四数字不带04WANG 999 -8.18% -89 1088 538 54万 4096 409万 行情走势
    四数字不带04TOP 999 +0.10% +1 998 163 16万 4096 409万 行情走势
    五数字COM 2699 +8.48% +211 2488 6144 1658万 100000 2.70亿 行情走势
    五数字CN 280 -- -- 280 6065 170万 100000 2800万 行情走势
    五数字不带04COM 13500 -- -- 13500 2493 3366万 32768 4.42亿 行情走势
    五数字不带04CN 1590 -- -- 1590 1419 226万 32768 5210万 行情走势
    五数字不带04COM.CN 290 -- -- 290 2335 68万 32768 950万 行情走势
    五数字不带04NET 580 -3.17% -19 599 4292 249万 32768 1901万 行情走势
    五数字不带04CC 538 +0.94% +5 533 3243 174万 32768 1763万 行情走势
    三声母COM 280000 -- -- 280000 101 2828万 8000 22.40亿 行情走势
    三声母CN 38500 -- -- 38500 502 1933万 8000 3.08亿 行情走势
    三声母COM.CN 7099 -2.75% -201 7300 749 532万 8000 5679万 行情走势
    三声母NET 18888 -4.61% -912 19800 445 841万 8000 1.51亿 行情走势
    三声母ORG 3900 +5.41% +200 3700 38 15万 8000 3120万 行情走势
    三声母CC 5699 -- -- 5699 772 440万 8000 4559万 行情走势
    三声母NET.CN 668 -- -- 668 205 14万 8000 534万 行情走势
    三声母BIZ 650 -- -- 650 889 58万 8000 520万 行情走势
    三声母WANG 1100 -- -- 1100 411 45万 8000 880万 行情走势
    三声母TOP 45000 -- -- 45000 1 4万 8000 3.60亿 行情走势
    三声母ORG.CN 158 -- -- 158 396 6万 8000 126万 行情走势
    三字母COM 150000 -- -- 150000 130 1950万 17576 26.36亿 行情走势
    三字母CN 7988 +1.27% +100 7888 1099 878万 17576 1.40亿 行情走势
    三字母COM.CN 2222 -- -- 2222 2138 475万 17576 3905万 行情走势
    三字母NET 6555 -- -- 6555 529 347万 17576 1.15亿 行情走势
    三字母ORG 2900 -- -- 2900 43 12万 17576 5097万 行情走势
    三字母CC 1180 -- -- 1180 1593 188万 17576 2074万 行情走势
    三字母NET.CN 155 -3.13% -5 160 466 7万 17576 272万 行情走势
    三字母BIZ 113 -- -- 113 1235 14万 17576 199万 行情走势
    三字母WANG 239 +9.63% +21 218 1311 31万 17576 420万 行情走势
    三字母TOP 18888 -- -- 18888 3 6万 17576 3.32亿 行情走势
    三数字COM 1050000 -- -- 1050000 9 945万 1000 10.50亿 行情走势
    三数字CN 97888 -0.11% -112 98000 65 636万 1000 9789万 行情走势
    三数字COM.CN 11999 -- -- 11999 82 98万 1000 1200万 行情走势
    三数字NET 39888 -- -- 39888 18 72万 1000 3989万 行情走势
    三数字ORG 11888 -- -- 11888 29 34万 1000 1189万 行情走势
    三数字CC 33000 -- -- 33000 67 221万 1000 3300万 行情走势
    三数字NET.CN 800 -- -- 800 117 9万 1000 80万 行情走势
    三数字BIZ 3780 -- -- 3780 64 24万 1000 378万 行情走势
    三数字WANG 55555 -- -- 55555 7 39万 1000 5556万 行情走势
    三数字TOP 11800 -- -- 11800 14 17万 1000 1180万 行情走势
    三数字ORG.CN 498 -- -- 498 136 7万 1000 50万 行情走势
    三数字不带04COM 1850000 -- -- 1850000 4 740万 512 9.47亿 行情走势
    三数字不带04CN 239800 -- -- 239800 16 384万 512 1.23亿 行情走势
    三数字不带04COM.CN 30000 -- -- 30000 45 135万 512 1536万 行情走势
    三数字不带04NET 188888 -- -- 188888 10 189万 512 9671万 行情走势
    三数字不带04ORG 19999 -- -- 19999 16 32万 512 1024万 行情走势
    三数字不带04CC 85000 -- -- 85000 34 289万 512 4352万 行情走势
    三数字不带04NET.CN 1500 -- -- 1500 47 7万 512 77万 行情走势
    三数字不带04BIZ 7500 -- -- 7500 40 30万 512 384万 行情走势
    三数字不带04WANG 55555 -- -- 55555 5 28万 512 2844万 行情走势
    三数字不带04TOP 35000 -- -- 35000 11 38万 512 1792万 行情走势
    三数字不带04ORG.CN 588 -26.50% -212 800 33 2万 512 30万 行情走势
    三杂COM 2388 -- -- 2388 2490 595万 28080 6706万 行情走势
    六数字不带04COM 470 -1.67% -8 478 21605 1015万 262144 1.23亿 行情走势

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    涨跌幅 涨跌额: 最新价与昨天最低均价的对比

    最低价:易名与爱名的一口价域名当日最低价格

    流通:易名与爱名的一口价域名在售数量

    市值:域名数量 * 当前价格

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    注:目前仅统计易名中国、爱名网、190数交所、阿里云、西部数码的一口价成交数据汇总数据更新时间:2016-08-24 12:40 (10分钟更新一次)

    近十天动态 总成交量(个) 总成交额(元)
    2016-08-24 2423 180,404
    2016-08-23 12231 963,176
    2016-08-22 8620 656,969
    2016-08-21 6218 501,984
    2016-08-20 8613 824,476
    2016-08-19 10500 872,403
    2016-08-18 6880 871,778
    2016-08-17 10741 669,356
    2016-08-16 8218 472,118
    2016-08-15 7085 977,611
    2016-08-14 9258 2,022,158
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    序号 域名品种交易分布(08-24) 成交量(个) 成交额(元) 成交均价 最低成交价 最高成交价
    1 四字母NET 该品种近30分钟内有成交记录 7 270 39 5 210
    2 六数字CC 该品种近30分钟内有成交记录 592 775 1 1 3
    3 五声母COM 该品种近30分钟内有成交记录 471 2971 6 2 188
    4 六数字不带04COM 该品种近30分钟内有成交记录 79 44061 558 468 3999
    5 四声母CC 该品种近30分钟内有成交记录 106 23451 221 200 290
    6 六数字COM 该品种近30分钟内有成交记录 85 2208 26 3 735
    7 六数字COM.CN 该品种近30分钟内有成交记录 1 2 2 2 2
    8 四字母COM.CN 该品种近30分钟内有成交记录 54 865 16 12 35
    9 四字母CN 30 3681 123 120 165
    10 四声母TOP 97 789 8 7 102
    11 四声母CN 1 1570 1570 1570 1570
    12 四声母BIZ 2 22 11 11 11
    13 七数字CN 4 110 28 20 30
    14 四数字ORG.CN 1 128 128 128 128
    15 七数字COM 358 3974 11 2 100
    16 五数字COM.CN 13 195 15 15 15
    17 四字母TOP 18 36 2 2 2
    18 八数字COM 16 87 5 3 45
    19 五数字NET 9 1165 129 59 288
    20 四声母COM 4 35029 8757 8400 9588
    21 五声母CN 18 47 3 2 4
    22 四声母COM.CN 2 1103 552 550 553
    23 四声母ORG.CN 1 6 6 6 6
    24 五数字CN 1 380 380 380 380
    25 四声母NET 28 24781 885 828 949
    26 六数字不带04CN 2 75 38 25 50
    27 五数字不带04NET 1 559 559 559 559
    28 三杂NET 1 5 5 5 5
    29 六数字NET 1 4 4 4 4
    30 四数字NET 1 2999 2999 2999 2999
    31 五数字CC 60 780 13 13 13
    32 六数字不带04NET 108 224 2 2 3
    33 四数字BIZ 2 208 104 104 104
    34 五声母NET 4 20 5 5 5
    35 五声母CC 50 105 2 2 5
    36 六数字不带04CC 1 6 6 6 6
    37 四字母WANG 1 10 10 10 10
    38 三杂COM.CN 3 14180 4727 100 13980
    39 五数字ORG.CN 100 300 3 3 3
    40 四字母CC 50 210 4 4 5
    41 五数字不带04WANG 11 493 45 38 50
    42 三杂COM 1 8500 8500 8500 8500
    43 六数字CN 6 18 3 3 3
    44 七数字CC 17 34 2 2 2
    45 六数字NET.CN 1 10 10 10 10
    46 四数字不带04TOP 1 999 999 999 999
    47 四字母COM 2 2956 1478 1478 1478
    48 五声母COM.CN 1 3 3 3 3
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    注:目前仅统计易名中国、爱名网、190数交所、阿里云、西部数码的一口价成交数据汇总数据更新时间:2016-08-24 12:40 (10分钟更新一次)