If I personally like both of them, I need to select one of them for my example below so I'll use...Norman.
The ".YOUTUBE" extension
Charleston Road Registry (Google) intends to apply for an exemption to ICANN’s Registry Operator Code of Conduct and operate the proposed gTLD with Google as the sole registrar and registrant.This means that Google will own all domain names.
But point 18.b.ii.2 also says:
The .youtube gTLD will provide select registrants with the opportunity to differentiate their YouTube video offerings from other media distribution services by virtue of its branded gTLD.It remains unclear how Google will select third parties to be allowed to use ".youtube" domains but ...
The concentration of Internet users seeking digital video content in the .youtube gTLD space, moreover, will likely invite user comparison among second-level domain sites, encouraging second-level domain registrant content innovation as a point of differentiation.This is to me a clear sign that the future of ".youtube" domain names is to become available to anybody having a YouTube page.
Given the proposed limited scope and use of the gTLD, Charleston Road Registry believes that there is a reasonable case for such an exemption. Should ICANN not condone this proposed exemption, Charleston Road Registry will make access to Registry Services, including the shared registration system, available to all ICANN-accredited registrars.Google keeps repeating that it will be sole Registrant (sole owner of ".youtube" domain names) but then, why add things like: "Charleston Road Registry will attempt to prevent the misuse of WHOIS data for improper purposes such as spam, intellectual property theft or phishing." or "Google will follow ICANN rules for attributions of trademarked second-level domains and will offer other protections for trademark owners, including but not limited to an extended Trademark Claims Service of indefinite length"?
Norman posts his videos on an ultra long and ugly URL. People visit https://www.youtube.com/user/NormanFaitDesVideos to watch his shows so...would Norman become a "selected content distributor", and would he own a Trademark (or not), he might be able to use a http://norman.youtube domain name. Nicer isn't it?