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Disclaimer: This is one of the first things I've written in Python. So be gentle. Recovering Rubyist here :)
+```bash
$ domainr talsafran
Looking up domains for talsafran...
talsafran.com - taken
@@ -14,6 +15,7 @@ Disclaimer: This is one of the first things I've written in Python. So be gentle
t.al - unavailable
t.ls - unavailable
tl - tld
+```
## Domainr Command Line Interface
If you're like me, you love the website [Domai.nr](http://domai.nr). You type in a name you have in mind for a domain and it spits back as many clever domain possibilities as it can find, including domain hacks. That's badass.
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## Requirements and Installation
First go and grab the repo:
+```bash
$ git clone https://github.com/talsafran/domainr.git
+```
I'm fairly confident you need version 2.6 or greater for the json library. So go and get that.
Now you can either copy the script into your PATH or create a symlink. Whatever floats your boat.
+```bash
$ cp domainr /usr/local/bin
+```
## How to use this thing
Very simple. Just type in ``domainr`` and the name of the site you're looking for.
+```bash
$ domainr talsafran
Looking up domains for talsafran...
talsafran.com - taken
@@ -48,9 +55,11 @@ Very simple. Just type in ``domainr`` and the name of the site you're looking fo
t.al - unavailable
t.ls - unavailable
tl - tld
+```
It even works with multiple domains.
+```bash
$ domainr talsafran sharonsafran
Looking up domains for talsafran...
talsafran.com - taken
@@ -82,5 +91,6 @@ It even works with multiple domains.
sh.ar - unavailable
s.hr - available
sh - tld
+```
-- [@talsafran](http://twitter.com/talsafran)

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