I, for one, “struggle with disbelief” when confronted by the realization that PerlMonks does, indeed, appear to have three different incarnations: .org, .com, .net. Such that, when I open a new browser-window (being logged-on to the one), and open another, “Perlmonks” now seems to have no knowledge of me.
In every other web-site that I have ever used or known-about, there was “only One True Ring.” If you inadvertently specified “the wrong” extension, you either got (a) the advertising-laden domain of a “cyber-squatter,” or (b) a silent redirect to the “official” one. In other words, “all roads (should) lead to www.perlmonks.org.” Here, much to my six-years-old surprise, this does not appear to be the case. “Innocent li’l ol’me” now very-frankly wonders ... why not? Why, indeed why, is this site “the odd Monk out?”