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Bristol-based Internet Shopper -- the UK company behind the NT-based mail and list server software NTMail and NTList -- has changed its name to Gordano. The multi-million pound company -- which sells its software solely via the Internet -- boasts more than 8,000 customers and sells its products all over the world. The company decided to change it s name after it found that Internet Shopper no longer reflected its trading operation. Now Brian Dorricott, MD of Gordano, is looking to sell his old company and domain names (www.net-shopper.co.uk). "It's up for grabs and I'm open to offers," he said today, shortly before he was rendered speechless after finding a long black hair in his chicken and mayonnaise baguette at lunchtime, The Register can reveal. But Tim Jenner of the London-based Web agency Hyperlink said while it was an attractive proposition it was unlikely to make him rich overnight. "Unfortunately, there isn't much of a market for this kind of thing. He's not going to be able to retire and live in the Seychelles on it if that's what you mean," Jenner said. ®

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