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Enfatico Didn't Want to Fork Over Funds for Website?

Who Needs a Domain Name to Launch a Computer?

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Either Madison Avenue still has a ways to go when it comes to embracing Silicon Valley, or Enfatico's problems are bigger than we thought. According to reports this weekend, the Dell agency refused to pony up $750 a month to lease Adamo.com -- the most obvious domain for Dell's new ultrathin laptop computer, launched recently to rival Apple's MacBook Air. Luckily for consumers, that decision didn't stick once Dell founder and CEO Michael Dell caught wind of the situation; the domain was eventually bought, and now users can reach it via Adamo.com and Adamobydell.com.
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