I was asked to look into a new wonder called the University of Orville, the pride of Logan, West Virginia (population 1,600). The scary revelation, for me, is that these people are using the suffix, "dot education." Clearly there is no regulation anywhere for its use, and therefore it will probably fool a lot of people. We've written here before about how "dot e d u" has been misused, and thus not a sure marker for legitimacy, but I don't think a new phony could get a 'dot e d u" while they can surely use the "dot education." Incidentally, the University of Orville doesn't have the look and feel of an Exact school to me, but I can't be sure.