What's the big deal?
Last I looked at GeoTools for this kind of thing (giving a geographic identity to host names) it just seemed to boil down to telling me what the gTLD codes stood for.
I suppose it's mildly interesting to know that .uk means United Kingdom, or .nz means New Zealand, but it's hardly something to write home about, particularly as in practice about 80% of requests come .com domains, which means those users must be in the US, yes? No.
I may be missing something obvious, but how is this useful, in any way, at all?
Utterly, utterly, fantastic!
This has got to be one of the coolest things around. I work in an office of about 100 people, and we used to listen to various crappy radio stations that either played the same "hits" every day, or "minority" stations that half the company hated. The only alternative was to plug in our headphones and never talk to anyone.
Then we discovered Tunez, and, wow! A spare PC, a 40Gb hard drive, and we actually *look forward* to the music in the office!
To say Tunez has revolutionised our lives... is not an exaggeration.