Just as semi-literate bookstore Waterstones, citing a need for "a more versatile and practical spelling in the digital world of URLs and email addresses" loses an apostrophe, enlightened Internet boffins are to announce it would actually be 'piss easy' to allow punctuation and spaces in URLs and email addresses. It turns out the only reason why these characters were initially disallowed is because early Internet programmers did not recognise the need for them, not having read a proper book, ever.
The change will mean the end of confusion over the meaning of URLS such as therapistfinder.com. Soon you will simply be able to type The Rapist Finder.com. Online stationery supplier penisland.net is bracing itself for a 99% reduction in its hit count, while staff at electricity supplier powergenitalia.com will finally be less embarrassed by their company email addresses.
And Google will, for the first time, be known under the more appropriate name, Go Ogle.