Better than keeping the kids home all summer.
With more and more people moving into cities, pitching a tent and setting up camp has become a popular getaway activity. And with the .camp generic top-level domain (gTLD), finding a memorable name for your camping website, forum or educational blog has never been easier. But traditional camping isn't the only use for .camp—code camps have become extremely popular in the tech community for gathering with fellow developers to discuss trends and share knowledge, and space camp is still everyone's favorite childhood dream. Also, camp is a common phrase for cheesy comedy and over-the-top theatrical performances, both of which draw heavily on the web.
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