At the other end of the spectrum, blogger Rogers Cadenhead says he has no plans to sell BenedictXVI.com, which he purchased along with five other potential papal domains. Cadenhead, who has written several books on Java development, is being profiled in numerous media stories today, including items on The Washington Post, Wired and blogs Boing Boing and Scripting.com.
“I never really registered it with the intent of making money, and I think to crassly auction it would be a sin of some kind,” Cadenhead told The Post. “Whatever decision I make will be guided by the desire not to make 1.5 billion people mad at me …. including my grandmother.”