Dot Com

Doing a reverse IP lookup for can be an interesting passtime. Here’s what I found:, which leads to a page about ThingFish (and its StageCraft Entertainment edition),, not a website as of yet, but the domain name was purchased august 2003 by none other than Gail (what for??),
the Zappa Institute of Technology, also registered by Gail,
Theater Near You, which looks like an abandoned project listing FZ music performances across the globe,
– and which both have “Authentication Required!” restrictions.
Kinda makes you wonder doesn’t it?

9 Responses to “Dot Com”

  1. Dr Sharleena says:

    WOW! Barry, i think you’ve opened Pandora’s box here…What are these sites for? I’m surprised we never stumbled upon them before. The most intriguing one, for me, is Indeed, makes you wonder…

  2. Isaac says:

    There was a article on the internet that said that Gail Zappa was running for governor of California, and she was running against “anyone who isn’t in a wheelchair” (reffering to Larry Flynt.) When I heard this, my thoughts were: “I don’t care who wins as long as ‘Ah-nuld’ doesn’t win.” Well, Ah-nuld won, and the state of California is screwed.

  3. bertanya says:

    I like the comment from barry’s imaginary publisher about (what for ??). Is this a different imaginary publisher to the one who published this, barry ? Presumably the and sites are private, commercial or unfinished. What other answer is there to restricted access ?

  4. Barry says:

    Bert, lol, touché. However: Gail didn’t use the webspace for anything, did she? Why not? And yes, the sites are private, commercial or unfinished—question is: what do they have cookin’ there?

  5. bertanya says:

    Am glad i wasn’t just imagining things. As for the zfg website, better a change of mind, than a misguided political campaign. And whatever may be cookin, sounds more interesting to me than

  6. Isaac says:

    The url is for ZappaRadio: [url][/url]

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  8. Isaac says:

    Damn, I still can’t figure out how to post a link into a comment for this site.

  9. Barry says:

    Ah, thanks for clearing that up Ike. By the way, for posting links in the comments, go like this: <a href=””>your link</a>

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