Stop this dot.cliché before it gets started: Via one of this weblog’s favorite weblogs, Rafat Ali’s, I notice a new term today, Dot.Comeback. Please, no one else use it. Stamp it out before it becomes short-hand for something that is dot.completely misguided. If this catches on, next thing you know, people will start believing they need foosball tables in their offices.

  • Mikey

    Hi Rex, just so you know, Foosball is so 1998. With the dot.comeback comes Mini-Golf!

  • Rex Hammock

    Actually, I think of foosball being so 1978. Mini-golf? Thanks for the update.

  • lcreekmo

    I definitely played foosball in the early 80s at the Baptist church where we roller skated. I won’t tell you how old I was then.

  • Rex Hammock

    Laura, I could do the math and come pretty close.

  • Hudge

    And so begins another cycle that ends with dot.comeuppance