All links to widescreenadvocate dot com should be changed to http://www.widescreenadvocate.org ASAP. I'll explain. Several months ago, the co-owner of Widescreen Advocate let the domain widescreenadvocate dot com expire, because of a career change. He was so busy with his new career, that he had no time to transfer the domain to me. I was planning on re-registering the domain in my name after the 75 day grace period. After 75 days, I began to check hourly during the day, waiting for the domain to become available again. It takes several days for a domain to be deleted from the central registry, and I did not know the exact hour and minute that it was going to be deleted. It was finally deleted last Friday morning, but by the time I was able to log on, I found that, to my dismay, the domain had been taken by a cybersqatter! It now points to ultimatesearch.com. They register hundreds, or probably thousands of expiring domains, that have nothing to do with their web site, just so they can have links pointing to their site from search engines, and other web sites, which increases their traffic. The only way for me to get the domain back that I know of, would be to pay fifteen-hundred dollars in arbitration fees! Since I'm running this site with the money from my own pocket, and I make no revenue from the site, that is not possible. If you have any links on your site to widescreenadvocate dot com, please change them to http://www.widescreenadvocate.org. I found 120 pages that are linked to widescreenadvocate dot com on all the web! So every link helps! Please also remember to change the links in your signature. If you don't have a link on your site, please add one. The traffic to Widescreen Advocate has gone down considerably since the domain expired almost 80 days ago, so if you are at all interested in helping spread the word about the benefits of Widescreen/OAR, please add a link, or a button to your site. I have learned a vaulable lesson from this. If you want to register an expiring domain, use snapnames.com. They may charge 75 dollars, but in the end it's worth it. Sorry for the inconvenience.