I am trying to find an appropriate name for my website but all domains are squattered. So now I think that I can call my site, say, not 'cats.com' by 'catz.com'. Isn't it too informal and 'leet' (or simply childish) spelling in US and British culture?
How often do you see this kind of writing in newspapers for example? I don't know how I should call my site — this naming seems a bit awkward for me and I think that people will say "hey one more school boy got the internet".
So please tell me about using of 'Z' instead of 'S' in modern culture.
Actually this is a website dedicated for applications developers. It think this is a kind of formal website, not funny or something like that. And the point is to call it "apps" or "appz". Name of this site going to appear in users custom pages, so the name should be as neutral as possible. From your answers I understand that "appz" is not a good idea.