Someone must be playing games here. We’ve had the URL www.e-cat.com point to Exxon Mobil and Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers in the past few months, and now today we find it pointing to Google Green, Google’s web site dealing with environmentally friendly practices in its business operations.
Does this mean anything at all? Probably not — perhaps just someone with now a prime piece of Internet real estate having fun playing with the minds of E-Cat watchers. And it shows that the e-cat.com domain is capable of attracting a lot of attention — and perhaps a lot of money if Rossi’s technology takes off.