SINGAPORE (Reuters) - good.food, learnto.salsa, glossy.lipstick people and companies will be able to set up a website with almost any address by the end of next year if they have a legitimate claim to the domain name and can pay a hefty fee. The Internet body that oversees domain names voted on Monday to end restricting them to suffixes like .com or .gov and will receive applications for new names from January 12 next year with the first approvals likely by the end of 2012. And they can be in any characters Cyrillic, Kanji or Devanagari for instance, for users of Russian, Japanese and Hindi. Its the biggest change I think we have seen on the Internet, Peter Dengate Thrush, chairman of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), told reporters. We have provided a platform for the next generation of creativity and inspiration.