Domain suffixes—like .ca or .uk—are usually reserved for actual nations, or at the very least, the US military. But thanks to Mayor Bloomberg, New Yorkers will be able to register a name online that makes them feel just as important as they've always suspected. That crusty ol' dotcom is so, like, early/mid 2013.
NYC is home to some of the world’s most creative people, museums, music, dance, entertainment, media and all of the arts. Use your .nyc address to express and share your creativity.
Don't expect NY natives like Foursquare or Tumblr to switch over anytime soon—but cronut.nyc will probably get snapped up sooner than later. More details, for those of you who can prove you live in the center of the universe, right here. Meanwhile, don't hold your breath for .pitt anytime soon.