“Wow!” Stef exclaimed, “Now I own two domains. Thanks, Dad!” Claude had paid the registration fees for her domains with his credit card. And except for the name and email addresses, Stef's contact information was identical to Claude's. Anita had used her own address and credit card, of course.
“Now that we've named your sites, we need to host them with a hosting service,” I said.
“They'll actually run the Web sites for us, right?” Claude asked.
“Right,” I agreed. “They'll also provide email services for your domains.”
“But I already have an email address,” Claude protested. “In fact, I have several. Too many, really. I don't want any more.”
“You don't actually have to get a new email address,” I explained. “The hosting service ...