Almost 10 years ago I ranted about removing the WWW prefix from your sites. Today, Chrome is starting to push that a bit more.
Here's what a www site looks like now (example: www.nucleus.be).
But in reality, it's actually www.nucleus.be that has been loaded, with the www-prefix.
Since it's no longer shown in the most popular browser, why not drop the www-prefix altogether?
As a webdeveloper or web agency, how many times will you have to explain what's going on here?
(Hat tip to @sebdedeyne, who showed this behaviour)