Bust A Name creates site URLs you can actually buy.
All of the good ones are taken. URLs, that is. If you've got a new business or site to set up, it can be difficult and tiresome to find a good domain name that's available. A new site, Bust A Name, makes the process go more quickly.
Like Squurl, Bust A Name scans a database of registered domains as you type. You just enter in the domain you want and quickly see if it's available.
You can also type in a few words and let Bust A Name mash them together until it finds an available URL, perhaps with a cute "ster" appended on it or a dropped e-before-r. For example, to set up my fictional online dry-cleaning service, I typed in "phosphor" and "fresh," and immediately found that "freshphosphor.com" is available, as is "phosphr.com." (If you want either, be my guest -- as I said, the company is imaginary.)
When you're ready to buy your name, Bust A Name will pop you over to GoDaddy or another registrar.
One downside: If you really want a name that's taken, Bust A Name won't tell you by whom, or when the registration expires.