Weird URL on a Post-It note: file://http:spat... – from The Sopranos, season 4, episoe 7.
Apparently, my Stevens email has 61 different aliases – I only knew about 3 of them. Basically, they are all variations on my email, but with a lot of weird URLs that I didn’t know Stevens owned. They are:
Det. Rey Curtis, checking his email in the first episode to mention ‘cyberspace’.
Thanks to a generous commission from Rhizome, I’ve been watching a lot of Law & Order. Below is a list of every URL mentioned in or shown onscreen during the show. When shown onscreen, the case of the URL is preserved (i.e.: OldBookworm.com instead of oldbookworm.com ).
General Electric (which own NBC) sits on nearly all these domains, thought most have no content. See the link for a Whois lookup.
It is worth noting that
thebaronmuchhumpin.com is available, for some unbelievable reason. It appears that the domain
thebaronmuchhumpin.com was registered by someone named Ray Hughes the day after this list was posted. Sorry everyone, you missed out!
In order of appearance on the show, an * denotes the domain is owned by NBC or General Electric, its former parent company:
Interested in more Law & Order esoterica? See my breakdown of gender and computer counts on the show.